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Enframe

Enframe \En*frame"\, v. t. To inclose, as in a frame.

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enframe

vb. To enclose in, or as if in, a frame.

Usage examples of "enframe".

The paving stones are usually finished quite neatly and smoothly where their edges enframe the firepit.

Apart from this, he always showed us the same icy face, the same pale, hard eyes, enframed by colourless lashes.

The door moved to close, but before it did a group of militiamen stood enframed against the outer green light.

The voluminous folds of her white gowns were tucked around and behind her, the purity and newness of the starched linen fabric contrasting sharply with the rough, papery skin and wispy strands of hair it enframed and enveloped.

He lives in a world of high-tech tools and so many enframed things which themselves require tools.

Heideggerian perspective is a priori, whether space as a concept is enframed by technology as a concept.

Heidegger reflected on these phenomena of progressive enframing and increasing forgetfulness, but with an apparent sense of despair.

Moreover, in the wake of the path of enframing by the Empire, masses of standing reserve are generated.

Ultimately, this forgetting is so deep, the standing reserve so massive, and the path of enframing so aggressive, that in the end only a god can save us .

Rather the Dark Side has stealthily gained control of the process of enframing without the Jedi knowing it.

Apart from this, he always showed us the same icy face, the same pale, hard eyes, enframed by colourless lashes.