enfold (oneself or someone) in (something)

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enfold (oneself or someone) in (something)

To wrap or envelope oneself or someone in something. As soon as I got in from the cold, I enfolded myself in a blanket and sat in front of the fire.
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enfold someone in something

to wrap or contain someone in something. He enfolded the tiny baby in a soft blanket. Sarah enfolded herself in the silk sheets and giggled with glee.
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References in classic literature ?
As soon as Nicholas entered, he was enfolded in that poetic atmosphere of love which pervaded the Rostov household that winter and, now after Dolokhov's proposal and Iogel's ball, seemed to have grown thicker round Sonya and Natasha as the air does before a thunderstorm.
The dining room features 11090 ceilings, a marble fireplace, oak floors with decorative borders and picture-perfect French doors enfolded in distinctive ironwork which open onto a lovely private balcony wrapped in a European inspired canopy of greenery and grapevines.
Turning away from a stressful human scene to getting acquainted with infinite, all-present, unconditional Love means letting ourselves be enfolded in this Love which truly comforts, satisfies and answers our needs - and enfolds everyone else, too.
Some of the implications of this are explained through a discussion of friend-enemy as it is enfolded in first-person shooters (FPSs), with particular reference to the other folds that some gamers seek to enfold with those of FPS gaming.
I enfold/am enfolded in a vinculum of recognition in which two bodies encounter each other, I am/we are then enfolded in a vinculum or strata in which friend-enemy is found.
This requires a further step in which those who are not ruled, governed, or regulated are enfolded in a larger vinculum or stratum.
The monads that function under the various vincula that are ultimately enfolded in the vinculum of FPS gaming are also composed of monads, but working down to these other levels is beyond the scope of this article.
The narrator, Gabriela, is living in a small Mayan village, attending school nearby, enfolded in a loving family, when disaster strikes.
4) Returning Marines are enfolded in the embrace of their loved ones.
Lots of people have been giving me support and I feel enfolded in love.
And I ask of a priest a blessing and he places his hand on my head and prays and I too pray through a tearful face, and it is as if I feel purged and enfolded in His tender mercies, and that not only for me, but for all those who would seek Him in humility.
After they are filled and wrapped, the tamales are enfolded in corn husks or banana leaves and steamed to doneness.
Mikaelsen writes of events during the bitter civil war in Guatemala in the 1980s, based on a story told to him by a survivor of this war The narrator, Gabriela, is living in a small Mayan village, attending school nearby, enfolded in a loving family, when disaster strikes.
That's because they were slightly crispier, and again cleverly enfolded in a crepelike manner with the tender earthiness of wild mushrooms into what the menu terms ``canneloni,'' paired with the even stronger earthiness of summer truffles and the matching fresh and slightly bitter crunch of frisee.
Enfolded in the rough blue-and-white cotton sari of her order, Mother Teresa stood beneath biblical murals on Dec.