enround

enround

(ɪnˈraʊnd)
vb (tr)
to encircle
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Gajdusek notes the similarity between the harbor and the wombs in the difficult pregnancies: "The described Smyrna harbor in 'On the Quai,' where reality is unnatural because of war, is patently a womb; at the end of the pier in the harbor that is enrounded by its amniotic sea, the to-be-born children and their mothers are seen as though attached to the placental wall of the harbor.