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Another word for envelop

  1. To cover completely and closely, as with clothing or bandages

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  2. To surround and cover completely so as to obscure

      1. To arrange or fold (something) about as cover or protection:
      2. To cover, envelop, or encase, as by folding or coiling something about:
      3. To enclose, especially in paper, and fasten:
      1. A length of cloth worn over the head, shoulders, and often the face, especially by women.
      2. A length of netting attached to a woman's hat or habit, worn for decoration or to protect the head and face.
      3. A length of protective netting worn over the face by beekeepers.
      1. A cloth used to wrap a body for burial; a winding sheet.
      2. Something that conceals, protects, or screens:
      3. One of a set of ropes or wire cables stretched from the masthead to the sides of a vessel to support the mast.
      1. To commit (money or capital) in order to gain a financial return:
      2. To spend or devote for future advantage or benefit:
      3. To devote morally or psychologically, as to a purpose; commit:
      1. To fold inward.
      2. To enfold.
      1. To wrap up; enclose.
      2. To envelop.
      3. To absorb completely; engross:
      1. To cover with or as if with a shroud:
      1. To cover with or as if with folds; envelop.
      2. To hold within limits; enclose.
      3. To embrace.
      1. To put clothes on; dress:
      2. To provide clothes for.
      3. To cover as if with clothing:
      1. A loose outer garment, such as a cape.
      2. Something that covers or conceals:
      3. To cover or conceal with a cloak or something that acts like a cloak:
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  3. To surround and advance upon

      1. An edge or border on a piece of cloth, especially a finished edge, as for a garment or curtain, made by folding an edge under and stitching it down.
      2. The height or level of the bottom edge of a skirt, dress, or coat; a hemline.
      3. To fold back and stitch down the edge of.
      1. A row of closely planted shrubs or low-growing trees forming a fence or boundary.
      2. A line of people or objects forming a barrier:
      3. A means of protection or defense, especially against financial loss:
      1. To surround on all sides; close in:
      2. To fence in so as to prevent common use:
      3. To build or equip with a roof and walls:
      1. To surround with hostile forces:
      2. To crowd around; hem in:
      3. To harass or overwhelm, as with requests:
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Another word for envelop