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(tr) to bind or wrap; swathe
swathe (swɒð, sweɪð)
v. swathed, swath•ing,
1. to wrap, bind, or swaddle with bands of some material.
2. to bandage.
3. to enfold or envelop, as wrappings do. n.
4. a wrapping or bandage.
[before 1050; Old English *swæth
dat. pl.); compare swaddle
Past participle: enswathed
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We're beginning to think that lawmakers actually enjoy this annual exercise in enswathing
Beacon Hill in fog.
The primary meaning here hardly seems to be 'with affectation'; rather, the enswathing
and sealing have been done 'with loving care'.