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en·shroud

 (ĕn-shroud′)
tr.v. en·shroud·ed, en·shroud·ing, en·shrouds
To cover with or as if with a shroud: Clouds enshrouded the summit.

enshroud

(ɪnˈʃraʊd)
vb
(tr) to cover or hide with or as if with a shroud: the sky was enshrouded in mist.

en•shroud

(ɛnˈʃraʊd)

v.t.
to shroud; conceal.
[1575–85]

enshroud


Past participle: enshrouded
Gerund: enshrouding

Imperative
enshroud
enshroud
Present
I enshroud
you enshroud
he/she/it enshrouds
we enshroud
you enshroud
they enshroud
Preterite
I enshrouded
you enshrouded
he/she/it enshrouded
we enshrouded
you enshrouded
they enshrouded
Present Continuous
I am enshrouding
you are enshrouding
he/she/it is enshrouding
we are enshrouding
you are enshrouding
they are enshrouding
Present Perfect
I have enshrouded
you have enshrouded
he/she/it has enshrouded
we have enshrouded
you have enshrouded
they have enshrouded
Past Continuous
I was enshrouding
you were enshrouding
he/she/it was enshrouding
we were enshrouding
you were enshrouding
they were enshrouding
Past Perfect
I had enshrouded
you had enshrouded
he/she/it had enshrouded
we had enshrouded
you had enshrouded
they had enshrouded
Future
I will enshroud
you will enshroud
he/she/it will enshroud
we will enshroud
you will enshroud
they will enshroud
Future Perfect
I will have enshrouded
you will have enshrouded
he/she/it will have enshrouded
we will have enshrouded
you will have enshrouded
they will have enshrouded
Future Continuous
I will be enshrouding
you will be enshrouding
he/she/it will be enshrouding
we will be enshrouding
you will be enshrouding
they will be enshrouding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been enshrouding
you have been enshrouding
he/she/it has been enshrouding
we have been enshrouding
you have been enshrouding
they have been enshrouding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been enshrouding
you will have been enshrouding
he/she/it will have been enshrouding
we will have been enshrouding
you will have been enshrouding
they will have been enshrouding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been enshrouding
you had been enshrouding
he/she/it had been enshrouding
we had been enshrouding
you had been enshrouding
they had been enshrouding
Conditional
I would enshroud
you would enshroud
he/she/it would enshroud
we would enshroud
you would enshroud
they would enshroud
Past Conditional
I would have enshrouded
you would have enshrouded
he/she/it would have enshrouded
we would have enshrouded
you would have enshrouded
they would have enshrouded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.enshroud - cover as if with a shroud; "The origins of this civilization are shrouded in mystery"
enclose, enfold, envelop, enwrap, wrap - enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering; "Fog enveloped the house"

enshroud

verb
1. To surround and cover completely so as to obscure:
2. To prevent (something) from being known:
Idioms: keep under cover, keep under wraps.
Translations

enshroud

[ɪnˈʃraʊd] VT (liter) (lit) → envolver, cubrir
the case remains enshrouded in mysteryel caso permanece envuelto en misterio

enshroud

vt (liter: = shroud) (lit)einhüllen; (fig)umgeben; the case remains enshrouded in mysteryder Fall bleibt weiterhin von einem Geheimnis umgeben
References in classic literature ?
After a few more words addressed to Sab Than he turned to the other figure, from which the officers now removed the enshrouding silks, disclosing to my now comprehending view Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium.
With a grunt of disgust he was about to push it from him when the white garment enshrouding it suggested a bold plan to his resourceful brain.
The ongoing stability enshrouding the Egyptian economy exists thanks to the government's unprecedented efforts under Sisi's Presidency, and the Egyptians' perseverance to pass the national predicament following January 25 revolution, said Abdullah.
The air pollution in the national capital has worsened in the last few days, with air quality dropping to 'severe' category and a thick toxic smog enshrouding the region.
The burial rituals, which normally take place immediately after a Muslim's death, include bathing the body, enshrouding it in a white cotton or linen cloth and reciting funeral prayer, before burying the remains.
Or it could instead emanate from dust enshrouding a surviving star, perhaps one that just experienced an extreme outburst and ejected material.
Similarly the low mist enshrouding the remote mountain road, seemingly leading nowhere, or the leaning windblown tree standing solitary on the hillside, its gnarled branches reaching up imploringly into a spectral sky.
This allowed them to establish how much light was escaping the sphere of gas and dust enshrouding the AGNs.
Rather, his imagery is dictated by a desire to create an impression of transience, of the passing of time, through the various rhythmic movements made apparent by the use of continuous long brushstrokes across the canvas, and their uniform sense of direction, as in the flow of the enshrouding mist in the valley as four figures look down on it in Sea Pictures, 2015.
Its abstract musing on depression is itself as nebulous as the shadows enshrouding the town.
While hidden from view from most other telescopes, NuSTAR can spot them by detecting the highest-energy X-rays, which can penetrate through the enshrouding gas and dust.
The worlds of Above and Below are vividly written, and Chabot immediately hooks readers by enshrouding them in mystery and raising questions about the worlds and their inhabitants.