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
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Teeth clenching amidst despair enveloped the Eagles fans after Wentz suffered a season-ending knee injury in Week 14, but Foles tossed four touchdown passes in the 34-28 win over the Giants and Eagles fans breathed a sigh of relief.
The scandal enveloped Jeanine’s nascent senatorial campaign and sent her husband to prison.
And then the depression just enveloped me completely.
With the event's Ajax's Abdelhak collapsing earlier this year, fear must have enveloped the whole Villarreal team when Fornals went down.
The singer Chloe Kaul’s voice bobs and weaves around the bass-heavy beats that she and her band mate Simon Lam build, creating a pleasantly enveloping effect that works well on headphones and even better on a darkened dance floor.
Some of Seoul’s largest guestrooms offer a yin-yang harmony of the hi-tech toys for which Park Hyatt is known and simple comforts like the enveloping pillow top beds.
The chorus and small ensemble, both in wonderful form led by Elizabeth Braden, made for an enveloping pleasure.
The isolation of the White House, paired with the enveloping cloud of the Russia investigations, have caused Trump to brood and bellow with unpredictable results.
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Origin and Etymology of envelop
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsbox (in), cage, closet, coop (up), corral, encage, encase, enclose, fence (in), hedge, hem (in), house, immure, include, mew (up), pen, wall (in)
Related Wordsbound, circumscribe, confine, contain, limit, restrict; encircle, encompass, enfold, enframe, enlace, frame, ring, surround; armor, cocoon, encapsulate, encapsule, encyst, ensheathe, ensphere, enwomb
Near Antonymsbare, denude, expose, strip
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