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Definition of Enfolder
1. one that enfolds [n -S] - See also: enfolds
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Literary usage of Enfolder
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Iliad of Homer by Homer (1921)
"For on this side and on that the gods went forth to war: to the company of the ships went Hera, and Pallas Athene, and Poseidon, Earth - enfolder, ..."
2. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1898)
"Cold is the Captain-Pasha's\ lay; But may his heart be even colder, May his eyes and mouth be filled with clay, And a winding-sheet be his enfolder, ..."
3. Germany by Staël (Anne-Louise-Germaine), Orlando Williams Wight, Friedrich Max Müller (1861)
"... What man hiut the daring To say : I acknowledge him not f The All-enfolder, Tim All-upholder, Enfolds, upholds Ho not Thee, me, ..."
4. The Christian Examiner (1857)
"The All-enfolder, The All-upholder, Folds, and upholds he not Thee, me, himself? Bends not yon heaven's blue vault above thee? Lies not the earth here firm ..."
5. Nature in Music and Other Studies in the Tone-poetry of Today by Lawrence Gilman (1914)
"of Isolde and her knight declaimed as "Faithless enfolder! Blissful- est bride!" In "Carmen" they will hear Micaela in her prayer sing, "I'll speak in her ..."
6. A Study of Religion, Its Sources and Contents by James Martineau (1900)
"... Seer,' 'the All-enfolder.' The relation of this omniscient to human intelligence is thus presented : ' as my thought at any time, and however engaged, ..."