Definition of enwrap in English:

enwrap

Syllabification: en·wrap
Pronunciation: /enˈrap
 
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verb (enwraps, enwrapping, enwrapped)

[with object]
1Wrap; envelop: the book jacket enwraps a plain blue paper binding
More example sentences
  • Indeed, he laments his genre's lack of status before the book even begins, on a narrative broadsheet-cum-book jacket that enwraps one of the lushest tributes to the graphic arts ever printed.
  • Both these truths work to enwrap the book in an aura at once mysterious and almost unbreachable.
  • Everywhere, whatever the script and however different the set looked, a sense of entrapment prevailed, like a thick, dark cloud enwrapping the stage and spreading to the auditorium.
1.1Engross or absorb (someone): they were enwrapped in conversation
More example sentences
  • He fails to get the exercise his body needs and is so enwrapped in his world of cyber heroes and villains that he skips meals too.
  • He seems to have become so enwrapped in the technical problems that he has lost sight of its inescapably political context.
  • When I saw him that afternoon so enwrapped in the music at St. James's Hall, I felt that an evil time might be coming upon those whom he had set himself to hunt down.

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