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enfold

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of enfold

  1. 1 to surround or cover closely darkness began to enfold the lonely house on the hill Synonyms of enfold bosom, bower, circumfuse, cocoon, embosom, embower, embrace, enclose (also inclose), encompass, enshroud, enswathe, envelop, enwrap, invest, involve, lap, mantle, muffle, shroud, swathe, veil, wrap Words Related to enfold curtain, drape; embed (also imbed), encase; swaddle; blanket, overlay, overspread; camouflage, cloak, disguise, mask; circle, encircle, enlace, enwind Near Antonyms of enfold bare, denude, expose, strip

  2. 2 to put one's arms around and press tightly the winner enfolded the huge bouquet of roses in her arms and thanked the judges Synonyms of enfold bear-hug, clasp, crush, enclasp, embrace, grasp, hug, strainWords Related to enfold clamp, cling, cradle, grab, grip, hold; bosom, embosom, encircle, entwine, envelop, enwind; fold, lock, twine, wrap; cuddle, fondle, nestle, nuzzle, pat, pet, snuggle, stroke



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