(En*root") v. t. To fix by the root; to fix fast; to implant deep. Shak.
(En*round") v. t. To surround. [Obs.] Shak.
(||En` route") [F.] On the way or road.
(||Ens) n. [L., ens, entis, a thing. See Entity.]
1. (Metaph.) Entity, being, or existence; an actually existing being; also, God, as the Being of Beings.
2. (Chem.) Something supposed to condense within itself all the virtues and qualities of a substance
from which it is extracted; essence. [Obs.]
(En*safe") v. t. To make safe. [Obs.] Hall.
(En*sam"ple) n. [OF. ensample, essample, F. exemple. See Example.] An example; a
pattern or model for imitation. [Obs.] Tyndale.
Being ensamples to the flock.1 Pet. v. 3.
(En*sam"ple) v. t. To exemplify, to show by example. [Obs.] Spenser.
(En*san"guine) v. t. To stain or cover with blood; to make bloody, or of a blood-red color; as,
an ensanguined hue. "The ensanguined field." Milton.
(En"sate) a. [NL. ensatus, fr. L. ensis sword.] (Bot. & Zoöl.) Having sword-shaped leaves, or
(En*scale") v. t. To cover with scales.
(En*sched"ule) v. t. To insert in a schedule. See Schedule. [R.] Shak.
(En*sconce") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Ensconced ; imp. & p. p. Ensconcing ] To cover or
shelter, as with a sconce or fort; to place or hide securely; to conceal.
She shall not see me: I will ensconce me behind the arras.Shak.
(En*seal") v. t. To impress with a seal; to mark as with a seal; hence, to ratify. [Obs.]
This deed I do enseal.Piers Plowman.
(En*seam") v. t. [Pref. en- + seam suture. Cf. Inseam.] To sew up; to inclose by a seam; hence,
to include; to contain. Camden.
(En*seam"), v. t. [Pref. en- + seam grease.] To cover with grease; to defile; to pollute. [Obs.]
In the rank sweat of an enseamed bed.Shak.
(En*sear") v. t. To sear; to dry up. [Obs.]
Ensear thy fertile and conceptious womb.Shak.
(En*search") v. i. [OF. encerchier. See Search.] To make search; to try to find something.
[Obs.] v. t. To search for. [Obs.] Sir T. Elyot.
(En*seel") v. t. To close eyes of; to seel; said in reference to a hawk. [Obs.]