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Definition of "wreathed" []

  • To form into or take the form of a wreath by intertwining or twisting together (verb)
  • To decorate, crown, or encircle with wreaths (verb)
  • To move or cause to move in a twisting way (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of wreath. (verb)

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Use "wreathed" in a sentence
  • "At Bath are several Roman inscriptions, which Mr. Camden hath set down, and by the West Gate a piece of a delicate Corinthian freeze, which he calls wreathed leaves, not understanding architecture; and by in a bass relieve of an optriouch."
  • "Name DOB Favourite Color You earthly time was spent Supplanting kingdoms, punishing tyrants and levelling the empires of the wicked with the breath of your nostrilsYour throne is A great mountain wreathed in silver cloud, attended by angelic beings of light, arced with lightning and bathed in gloryYou wear Nothing!"
  • "Name DOB Favourite Color You earthly time was spent Supplanting kingdoms, punishing tyrants and levelling the empires of the wicked with the breath of your nostrilsYour throne is A great mountain wreathed in silver cloud, attended by angelic beings of light, arced with lightning and bathed in gloryYou wear Impenetrable armour, the flesh of emperors and the hair of Lucifer's scalpYour Godly superpower is A flaming, indestructible sword with which you shall avenge the slain innocents and humble the arrogant"
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