Definition of ensconce in English:
Establish or settle (someone) in a comfortable, safe, or secret place: Agnes ensconced herself in their bedroom spectators who were once comfortably ensconced in the old stadium’s box seats
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- She collected me from the airport and I was soon ensconced in a comfortable bungalow.
- Soon the baby is ensconced in a booster seat.
- She raced to the elevators, only to heave a sigh of relief once she was ensconced safely inside.
Words that rhyme with ensconcebonce, nonce, ponce, response, sconce
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