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  • They kept the end of the episode under wraps until the very last second.
  • The food was wrapped in leaves and set on top, then covered with earth.
  • He wrapped her in light and dropped her down through the hole.
  • Prior to release, much information about the film was kept under wraps.
  • And even then six of them occurred during the nine games when they were wrapping up the title.
  • The image wraps around from left side of the front cover to the back.
  • He wrapped them both in his arms and offered them tea.
  • Each episode also includes a weekend sports wrap-up during the school year.
  • The story was originally published in a large format paper edition in simple green wraps.
  • All clothes must be bought new, and kept wrapped until before arrival.
  • The title of the show was also kept under wraps as well.
  • It can also be used with wrapping to create a variety of effects.
  • It becomes visible only after word wrapping at the end of a line.
  • The large garden area is split up into several small gardens wrapping around the museum.
  • This time the story could no longer be kept under wraps.
  • The wrap was made of pieces of material that covered high and in length.
  • A one-and-a-half-story side wing wraps around the south and west sides of the building.
  • For long periods he was wrapped in a full-body cast and was told he would never walk.
  • Each key was supported by a metal plate that wrapped around it on three sides.
  • He also has more wraps, which now cover more his arms and legs instead of his hands and feet.
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Meaning of wrap

  • noun Cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person
  • noun A sandwich in which the filling is rolled up in a soft tortilla
  • verb Arrange or fold as a cover or protection
    wrap the baby before taking her out, Wrap the present
  • verb Crash into so as to coil around
    The teenager wrapped his car around the fire hydrant