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ingulf

(ɪnˈɡʌlf)
vb
a variant spelling of engulf
inˈgulfment n
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en•gulf

(ɛnˈgʌlf)

v.t.
1. to swallow up in or as if in a gulf; submerge: The stormy sea engulfed the ship.
2. to overwhelm or envelop completely: Grief engulfed him.
[1545–55]
en•gulf′ment, n.
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ingulf


Past participle: ingulfed
Gerund: ingulfing

Imperative
ingulf
ingulf
Present
I ingulf
you ingulf
he/she/it ingulfs
we ingulf
you ingulf
they ingulf
Preterite
I ingulfed
you ingulfed
he/she/it ingulfed
we ingulfed
you ingulfed
they ingulfed
Present Continuous
I am ingulfing
you are ingulfing
he/she/it is ingulfing
we are ingulfing
you are ingulfing
they are ingulfing
Present Perfect
I have ingulfed
you have ingulfed
he/she/it has ingulfed
we have ingulfed
you have ingulfed
they have ingulfed
Past Continuous
I was ingulfing
you were ingulfing
he/she/it was ingulfing
we were ingulfing
you were ingulfing
they were ingulfing
Past Perfect
I had ingulfed
you had ingulfed
he/she/it had ingulfed
we had ingulfed
you had ingulfed
they had ingulfed
Future
I will ingulf
you will ingulf
he/she/it will ingulf
we will ingulf
you will ingulf
they will ingulf
Future Perfect
I will have ingulfed
you will have ingulfed
he/she/it will have ingulfed
we will have ingulfed
you will have ingulfed
they will have ingulfed
Future Continuous
I will be ingulfing
you will be ingulfing
he/she/it will be ingulfing
we will be ingulfing
you will be ingulfing
they will be ingulfing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ingulfing
you have been ingulfing
he/she/it has been ingulfing
we have been ingulfing
you have been ingulfing
they have been ingulfing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ingulfing
you will have been ingulfing
he/she/it will have been ingulfing
we will have been ingulfing
you will have been ingulfing
they will have been ingulfing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ingulfing
you had been ingulfing
he/she/it had been ingulfing
we had been ingulfing
you had been ingulfing
they had been ingulfing
Conditional
I would ingulf
you would ingulf
he/she/it would ingulf
we would ingulf
you would ingulf
they would ingulf
Past Conditional
I would have ingulfed
you would have ingulfed
he/she/it would have ingulfed
we would have ingulfed
you would have ingulfed
they would have ingulfed
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870." This cite is to Historia Croylandensis (Chronicle of the Abbey of Croyland), which covers a.d 655-1486, and whose first named author is claimed to be "Ingulf' (or "Ingulph").
The poem opens with King James's "powreful hand of Majestie" setting Egerton in "th'aidfulst roome of dignitie" (that is, giving him the office in which he could be of most help): As th'Isthmus, these two Oceans to divide Of Rigor and confus'd Uncertaintie, To keepe out th'entercourse of wrong and pride, That they ingulph not up unsuccoured right By th'extreame current of licentious might.