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
German airfields were at that moment enshrouded in fog.
The weather was not cooperating and thick clouds enshrouded the way.
The site is also chilly, ripped by strong currents and parts of the ship are
  enshrouded in darkness.
At dusk, the view from across the lake dissolves in a humid mist and the house
  seems enshrouded in an air of beautiful sadness.
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