Examples of envelop in a Sentence
a chronic mistrust of outsiders envelops that neighborhood, cutting it off from the rest of the city
the truth of the presidential assassination is enveloped in a dense fog of myths and conspiracy theories
Recent Examples of envelop from the Web
Becca Kufrin is addressing the controversy that has quickly enveloped her brand-new season of The Bachelorette.
When Kate Middleton walked down the aisle to marry Prince William in 2011, guests sitting in the pews at Westminster Abbey were enveloped in the bright, citrus aroma of Middleton’s signature scent, Orange Blossom by Jo Malone.
The roar from the crowd was delayed, hushed by the thick fog that enveloped the track.
The danger for indifferent Iraqis is to continue to vote along identity lines, even as the sectarianism that enveloped the country for so many years now appears to be ebbing.
However, the piece de resistance of her look was her floral headpiece that completely enveloped her head.
Scientists already knew our galaxy’s core holds a supermassive black hole weighing millions of times more than our sun, and that this great beast is enveloped by a diverse entourage of lesser companions.
The bodies appeared to be frozen in time, still cowering fearfully as the volcanic rocks and suffocating ash enveloped their homes and streets.
Gnarly trees have enveloped buildings in their entirety and ghosts of the past haunt the roofless walls.
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Definition of envelop for English Language Learners
: to completely cover (someone or something) : to completely enclose or surround (someone or something)
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