enwreathe

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en·wreathe

 (ĕn-rēth′)
tr.v. en·wreathed, en·wreath·ing, en·wreathes
To surround with or as if with a wreath.

en•wreathe

(ɛnˈrið)

v.t. -wreathed, -wreath•ing.
to surround or encircle with or as if with a wreath.
[1610–20]
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