Definition of Enwinds

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enwind) ¹



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Definition of Enwinds

1. enwind [v] - See also: enwind

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enwinds

enwallow
enwallowed
enwallows
enwalls
enweaken
enwheel
enwheeled
enwheeling
enwheels
enwiden
enwidened
enwidening
enwidens
enwind
enwinding
enwinds (current term)
enwisen
enwisened
enwisening
enwisens
enwoman
enwomaned
enwomaning
enwomans
enwomb
enwombed
enwombing
enwombs
enwound
enwrap

Literary usage of Enwinds

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1. The Anglo-Saxon Review by Randolph Spencer Churchill (1900)
"7 Leave them, and haste to her festival, Hymen, calling the heart of her Home to her new home, binding it Close with love, as the wandering Ivy enwinds the ..."

2. The Burglar of the Zodiac, and Other Poems by William Rose Benét (1918)
"And the web-work that enwinds her is a maze of colored ribbons tightly bound, but strong as steel. They are twisted neck to ankles. ..."

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