Examples of swaddle in a Sentence
He swaddled the baby in a blanket.
Recent Examples of swaddle from the Web
That was the Christmas Day agenda in downtown Detroit for Jewish volunteers who stepped into the shoes of Christians for the day, driving before dawn on snowy roads to feed a crowd of homeless men and women in swaddling parkas and work boots.
That's where the travelers found Mary, Joseph and their newborn son, swaddled and lying in a manger.
This vital man of great appetites and fierce arguments had spent nearly seven decades devoted to the pleasures of this world, swaddled in cashmere and surrounded by Old Masters in his posh Fifth Avenue flat.
In pajamas and barefoot, with babies swaddled in blankets, residents rushed out of their apartments to wait in the darkened streets.
They’ll be kept company down there by an array of hard, dry cheeses swaddled in cloth—those will keep forever.
The question of why this story, tightly swaddled in signifiers of the past, is so comforting in 2017 is one the Duffers prefer not to engage with.
Women walk on the sand carrying items on their heads and babies swaddled in clothe on their backs.
Spencer introduced Kenan, her second child, to her Facebook friends with a photo of him swaddled and sleeping.
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Origin and Etymology of swaddle
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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