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Definition of "ingulf" [in•gulf]

  • Alternative spelling of engulf. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ingulf" in a sentence
  • "It was their belief that if ever they weakened, the great beast would ingulf [sic] them and everything of beauty and wonder and joy and good in its cavernous and slime-dripping maw."
  • "All these three had stood him in good stead, especially the last, which kept him wide-awake, and enabled him to sneeze a yellow hole in the drift, whenever it threatened to ingulf his beard."
  • "With a heart, then, inclined to believe what I have said to thee, attend, my son, to thy Cato here who would counsel thee and be thy polestar and guide to direct and pilot thee to a safe haven out of this stormy sea wherein thou art about to ingulf thyself; for offices and great trusts are nothing else but a mighty gulf of troubles."