[ US /ɪnʃˈɹaʊd/ ]
cover as if with a shroud
The origins of this civilization are shrouded in mystery
How To Use enshroud In A Sentence
- Trees surround the museum; as they grow they will enshroud it with leaves in full summer and expose it in winter.
- The ash taints my skin and the torn sack cloth enshrouds my weakened body
- His background is enshrouded in mystery.
- The commission's report has dispelled much of the uncertainty that has enshrouded the telephone industry since the Telecommunications Act was signed.
- In 1906 the Danish philologist Johan Ludvig Heiberg discovered the palimpsest in a monastery in Istanbul and correctly identified the prayer-enshrouded text as the lost Method of Archimedes.
- Secrecy enshrouded the Party's central committee.
- We waded ashore, and the kid with the skiff gunned the outboard and planed back through the curious seals to the big boat, now once more enshrouded in the mist.
- The rightness of the choice of director is apparent from the film's opening sequences at the shadow-enshrouded beach house.
- I was working by the sunlight while the rest of the room was enshrouded in darkness and gloom.
- You read it for the atmosphere, the smoky, urban settings that enshroud his helpless or conscienceless characters.