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Infold, to wrap, to enclose: “her arms i. him like a band,” Ven. 225; cf. “let me i. thee,” Mcb. I, 4, 31. “gilded tombs do worms i.” Merch. II, 7, 69. “unless the breath of groans mist-like i. me from the search of eyes,” Rom. III, 3, 73.
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