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Definition of "enfolds" [enfolds]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enfold. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "enfolds" in a sentence
  • "From the Cascabel Taqueria team and a well-traveled Le Cordon Bleu grad, Mahjong enfolds myriad global flavors in delicate skins, casually alotting its 46 seats among banquettes, window hightops, and a communal table, decorating its bar with eponymous game pieces and bark, hanging oversized lanterns from the ceiling, and making wallpaper out of recycled magazines, about the only affordablePenthouse on the UES."
  • "Let me feel that you are near, and that your care enfolds me."
  • "Now against this friction with the FBI, Kelly's threat to end the Bank Robbery Task Force enfolds as yet another slap at the Bureau."
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