[ US /ɪnˈfoʊɫd/ ]
[ UK /ɛnfˈə‍ʊld/ ]
VERB
  1. enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering
    Fog enveloped the house
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How To Use enfold In A Sentence

  • Every south coast derby is important but because of the club's position, stage of the season, and what's at stake the magnitude of this fixture has trebled tenfold.
  • When the sudden silence had enfolded the room in its velvet cloak, he had known that he was nothing, absolutely nothing compared to the wielder of such power.
  • There has been a tenfold increase in fathers' groups in ten years. The Sun
  • Victoria's population had increased sevenfold from 76000 to 540000, 45 per cent of the Australian population of 1200000 in 1861.
  • The touch of the sea sensuous, enfolding the body in its soft, close embrace.
  • His lips press and his arms enfold not her so much as the ideal of her, and unless she unmake herself, he cannot unlove her. The Kempton-Wace Letters
  • Winthrop looked at him, as if to see whether he were cased in sevenfold learning. The Hills of the Shatemuc
  • He estimated client calls to the firm have increased "tenfold" in the last three to six months. Labor Fears Spawn Boom In Workplace Legal Advice
  • I want to know if I can double, quadruple, or increase my investment tenfold in five years.
  • Behold the mountain rillet, become a brook, become a torrent, how it inarms a handsome boulder: yet if the stone will not go with it, on it hurries, pursuing self in extension, down to where perchance a dam has been raised of a sufficient depth to enfold and keep it from inordinate restlessness. The Egoist
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