Enfouldred En*foul"dred, a. [Pref. en- + OF. fouldre, foldre, lightning, F. foudre, L. fulgur.] Mixed with, or emitting, lightning. [Obs.] ``With foul enfouldred smoke.'' --Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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  • enfouldred — adjective Etymology: en (I) + obsolete English fouldre thunderbolt, lightning (from Middle English fouldre, foudre, from Middle French, from Latin fulgur) + English ed; akin to Latin flagrare to burn more at black …   Useful english dictionary

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