Ensigncy to Enterology
(En"sign*cy) n.; pl. Ensigncies The rank or office of an ensign.
(En"sign*ship), n. The state or rank of an ensign.
(En"si*lage) n. [F.; pref. en- (L. in) + silo. See Silo.]
1. The process of preserving fodder (such as cornstalks, rye, oats, millet, etc.) by compressing it while
green and fresh in a pit or vat called a silo, where it is kept covered from the air; as, the ensilage of
2. The fodder preserved in a silo.
(En"si*lage) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Ensilaged ; p. pr. & vb. n. Ensilaging ] To preserve in a
silo; as, to ensilage cornstalks.
(En*sky") v. t. To place in the sky or in heaven. [R.] "A thing enskied and sainted." Shak.
(En*slave") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Enslaved ; p. pr. & vb. n. Enslaving.] To reduce to slavery; to
make a slave of; to subject to a dominant influence.
The conquer'd, also, and enslaved by war,Milton.
Shall, with their freedom lost, all virtue lose.
Pleasure admitted in undue degreeCowper.
Enslaves the will.
(En*slav"ed*ness) n. State of being enslaved.
(En*slave"ment) n. The act of reducing to slavery; state of being enslaved; bondage; servitude.
A fresh enslavement to their enemies.South.
(En*slav"er) n. One who enslaves. Swift.
(En*snare") v. t. To catch in a snare. See Insnare.
(En*snarl") v. t. To entangle. [Obs.] Spenser.
(En*so"ber) v. t. To make sober. [Obs.]
Sad accidents to ensober his spirits.Jer. Taylor.
(En*soul") v. t. To indue or imbue (a body) with soul. [R.] Emerson.
(En*sphere") v. t. [Pref. en- + sphere. Cf. Insphere.]
1. To place in a sphere; to envelop.
His ample shoulders in a cloud ensphered.Chapman.
2. To form into a sphere.
(En*stamp") v. t. To stamp; to mark as with a stamp; to impress deeply.
It is the motive . . . which enstamps the character.Gogan.
(En*state") v. t. See Instate.