enwind

verb en·wind \ in-ˈwīnd , en- \

Definition of enwind

enwound play \in-ˈwau̇nd, en-\; enwinding
: to wind in or about : enfold

Examples of enwind in a Sentence

  1. a parcel enwound with red ribbons

First Known Use of enwind

1631

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