engulf in (something)

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engulf in (something)

To overwhelm and consume someone or something. The house was totally engulfed in flames by the time firefighters got there.
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engulf someone or something in something

[for the fog, a flood, or waves] to swallow up someone or something. The fog engulfed the small town in heavy mist. The waves engulfed the small boat in thousands of gallons of water.
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Our engineers have worked hard to create two- and four-channel systems that engulf you in sound and deliver realism like no other," said Mark Lucas, president and CEO, Altec Lansing Technologies, Inc.