Definition of Enshell

1. inshell [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: inshell



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enshell

enserfment
enserfments
enserfs
ensew
ensewed
ensewing
ensews
enshackle
ensheath
ensheathe
ensheathed
ensheathes
ensheathing
ensheathing callus
ensheaths
enshell (current term)
enshelled
enshells
enshelter
ensheltered
ensheltering
enshield
enshielded
enshielding
enshields
enshrine
enshrined
enshrinee
enshrinees
enshrinement

Literary usage of Enshell

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1. The New British Theatre: A Selection of Original Dramas, Not Yet Acted (1814)
"... foes Shrink and enshell themselves within their town, Shall the magnanimous and choice of Greece, Thus basely here conspire their own disgrace-f Let us ..."

2. Cruikshank at Home: A New Family Album of Endless Entertainment ; with by Robert Cruikshank (1845)
"My last resource was the chimney, in which I forthwith proceeded to enshell myself, taking good care to leave the space of a yard or two between me and the ..."

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