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Wrap, to involve, to cover with something thrown or wound round; with “in:” Lucr. 48. Mids. II, 1, 256. Shr. Ind. 1, 38. Alls V, 3, 94. John II, 227. H6C I, 4, 137. II, 1, 161. Tit. IV, 2, 58. “weapons --ed about with lines,” Tit. IV, 2, 58 With up, == to cover, to hide: “the evil which is here --ed up in countenance,” Meas. V, 117. “will in concealment w. me up a while,” Lr. IV, 3, 54.
Metaphorically: “--ed and confounded in a thousand fears,” Lucr. 456 (plunged, overwhelmed). “how are they --ed in with infamies,” Lucr. 456 “I am --ed in dismal thinkings,” Alls V, 3, 128. “my often rumination --s me in a most humorous sadness,” As IV, 1, 19 (cf. Enwrap and Attire vb.). Euphuism: “why do we w. the gentleman in our more rawer breath?” Hml. V, 2, 128 (i. e. why do we speak of him?).
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