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1envolverenveloped in sth — envuelto en algo
2enveloping present participle(mist/movement) envolvente
- She turned the knob and was enveloped in a shroud of fetid air as the door swung open.
- Anyway my point is it's what's in the mind that counts, and I genuinely believe the essence of the real person is enveloped in their mind and personality and not their physical capability.
- My eyes snap open, yet I'm still enveloped in darkness.
- I watched my best friend and her kids and husband laughing and chatting and I was enveloped in this terrible sense of loss for those days.
- It looked as if the entire world was enveloped in friendship.
- Seating just 100, everyone in the audience is enveloped in the music-making and has a chance to meet the musicians.
- I attempted to get the keys a few times until darkness completely enveloped me.
- He nodded toward her, and was soon enveloped in a hug by Shannon.
- Mist soon enveloped them, and they continued blindly, moving slowly and deliberately.
- The warmth immediately enveloped her and he grinned dazzlingly.
- Unexpected warmth suddenly enveloped my shoulders, making my head snap up in surprise.
- A low hiss filled the chamber as the blue mist slowly enveloped my body.
- He ascended Mount Sinai, enveloped in clouds and thunder and lightning.
- The viewer is enveloped in the distorted, alien sounds she hears around her.
- The trailer suggests a film that will envelop the viewer in a whirlwind of emotions.
- His tall imposing figure entered the room, his presence immediately enveloping me.
- Sounds envelop the listener and fill the room.
- As you listen to the patter, you are enveloped in a linguistic blanket, soothed and entertained.
- The work comprises six small paintings in two rows, all enveloped in misty tones.
- Hence the sense of rage that now envelops both modernists and traditionalists alike.