verb (used with object)
to shroud; conceal.

1575–85; en-1 + shroud

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enshroud (ɪnˈʃraʊd)
(tr) to cover or hide with or as if with a shroud: the sky was enshrouded in mist

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Word Origin & History

1580s, from en- + shroud. Related: Enshrouded; enshrouding.
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Example sentences
Merely being in a public library does not enshroud patrons in a veil of privacy.
In this arrangement, gas borne dust is admitted, enshroud- ed by clean air.
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