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enshroud

Syllabification: en·shroud
Pronunciation: /inˈSHroud
 
, enˈSHroud
 
/

Definition of enshroud in English:

verb

[with object] literary
Envelop completely and hide from view: heavy gray clouds enshrouded the city
More example sentences
  • Occasionally, one edge of the condensation funnel would become visible; but most of the time, it was enshrouded in a furiously rotating veil of rain curtains.
  • It was well after 3:00am and the coastal fog was enshrouding the vineyards next to the highway.
Synonyms
envelop, veil, shroud, swathe, cloak, cloud, enfold, surround, bury;
cover, conceal, obscure, blot out, hide, mask
literary mantle

Words that rhyme with enshroud

aloud, becloud, cloud, crowd, loud, Macleod, proud, shroud, Stroud, unavowed, unbowed, unendowed, unploughed (US unplowed)

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