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Wreathe, to twine; to fold: “an adder --d up in fatal folds,” Ven. 879. “to w. your arms,” Gent. II, 1, 19. LLL IV, 3, 135. “about his neck a snake had --d itself,” As IV, 3, 109. “each --d in the other's arms,” Tit. II, 3, 25. cf. Sorrow-wreathen.
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