English version

be wreathed in something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe wreathed in somethingbe wreathed in something literaryCOVERto be covered in something The mountains were wreathed in mist. wreathe
Examples from the Corpus
be wreathed in somethingBut London, provocatively, was wreathed in blue veiling.The shadowed faces of his detectives were wreathed in cigarette smoke.Lydia's face appeared to be wreathed in curls.The whole area is wreathed in mists.Even though the figure was wreathed in shadow, they could see that it was hideously deformed.Their dark faces were wreathed in smiles but there was a certain stillness in the eyes.The small one was wreathed in weeds and brambles no one bothered to clear away.
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