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Engirt, to surround, encompass, enclose: “so white a friend --s so white a foe,” Ven. 364. “that gold must round e. these brows,” H6B V, 1, 99. Partic. engirt: “this siege that hath e. his marriage,” Lucr. 221. grossly e. with daring infamy, 1173 (enclosed as by a besieging enemy). “my body round e. with misery,” H6B III, 1, 200 (cf. “Embrace” H6B III, 1, 200).
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