Definition of Enwound

1. Verb. (past of enwind) ¹



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Definition of Enwound

1. enwind [v] - See also: enwind

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enwound

enwind
enwinding
enwinds
enwisen
enwisened
enwisening
enwisens
enwoman
enwomaned
enwomaning
enwomans
enwomb
enwombed
enwombing
enwombs
enwound (current term)
enwrap
enwrapment
enwrapments
enwrapped
enwrapping
enwraps
enwrapt
enwreath
enwreathe
enwreathed
enwreathes
enwreathing
enwrite
enwrought

Literary usage of Enwound

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1. Tennyson, His Art and Relation to Modern Life by Stopford Augustus Brooke (1894)
"That doom is told in The Passing of Arthur, but that he is already enwound by its misty pall, and himself a ghost in it, is nobly conceived, ..."

2. Proceedings by Classical Association of England and Wales (1904)
"... that Greece and Rome represent two civilisations which, though they overlap and intermingle, though enwound and engrafted one on the other, ..."

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