enfolding

[ UK /ɛnfˈə‍ʊldɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the action of enfolding something
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How To Use enfolding In A Sentence

  • Here, the outside world seems to vanish behind enfolding mountains, quarantined away by river, still water, and wetland.
  • The complete absence of light coupled with the chilly dankness of the air enfolding them was oppressive in the extreme. Shameless
  • More specifically it is through the history of nature as human nature, the enfolding of phylogeny in ontogeny, that psychoanalysis is intergenerated. 'The Abyss of the Past': Psychoanalysis in Schelling's Ages of the World (1815)
  • For the sure-enwinding arms of cool-enfolding death_. The World's Best Poetry, Volume 3 Sorrow and Consolation
  • The howdah was a wooden structure with a gold and gilt roof, four pillars, a broad seat strewn with comfortable cushions and bolsters, thin muslin curtains enfolding the whole. Shadow Princess
  • A long moment of silence followed and I buried my face against his neck, my arms slowly enfolding him in a needy embrace.
  • I could only see her from behind but her long, glorious, thick, voluptuous wavy chevelure was enough for me to ostensibly distract my eyes from the enfolding spicy lingerie runway show and sinful striptease session. Gayired.com - Gay OnLine Community for Entertainment and Daily News
  • But now, having achieved an awareness -- obscure and indescribable indeed, yet actual -- of the enfolding presence of Reality, under those two forms which the theologians call the "immanence" and the Practical Mysticism
  • Its proper use is among huddled comrades, gathered in a sacramental hush in park or field, on the beach, in the wilderness, or the enfolding darkness of an urban den.
  • The touch of the sea sensuous, enfolding the body in its soft, close embrace.
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