encapsule

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en·cap·sule

 (ĕn-kăp′səl, -so͞ol)
tr.v. en·cap·suled, en·cap·sul·ing, en·cap·sules
To encapsulate.
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74) lists 'straight, directly'; Jamieson's example, to come brent on 'to advance fearlessly or precipitately, in a straight line', encapsules the meaning here, while Jamieson also cites to hae, or see, a thing brent 'to see it distinctly as if directly before one'.
Chilliard Y, Doreau M, Gagliostro G, Elmeddah Y (1993) Addition de lipides proteges (encapsules ou savons de calcium) a la ration de vaches laitieres.
The hero narrative encapsules a society's values in action.
This bizarrely touching meditation encapsules the eerie tone of the novel; it is as odd as it is elegiac, yet resists descending into bathos.