The act of surrounding, or the state of being surrounded.(noun)
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Use "encompassment" in a sentence
"It's not so much a truly original story with regards to the subject matter, but the global encompassment, coupled with the avoidance of being violently gratuitous make for a one-of-a-kind book."
"The woman's vagina is penetrable and engulfing, her menstrual blood is a primary abject pollutant, while her capacity to give birth raises the subject's terror of encompassment and subsequent loss of self."
"She hesitated, moved her hips so that her body curved behind me, thighs warm and round against mine, offering encompassment and refuge."