Shroud in a sentence as a noun

The diffuser shroud is now named "Wind lens".

Cloak verb conceal, hide, cover, veil, shroud, mask, obscure, cloud

Why propellers on all these drones aren't shrouded?

Apollo had a partial shroud that covered the command module.

It will leave here sealed in an environmental shroud and go up on their rocket without ever leaving our sight.

They hide the pins behind a shroud so that fingers and other objects can't reach in to short anything out or cause ESD events.

' He was able to operate in society and shroud his pain though it was incredibly painful to do so for him.

There isn't some shroud of difficulty around crypto in particular.

A small capsule on top of the stack would have a protective shroud while it is in the atmosphere, and the heatshield is at the bottom anyway.

Shroud in a sentence as a verb

Maybe Apple thought they could shroud everybody in a reality distorition field.

It makes no sense to me that the actual LED is inseparable from its quarter-pound aluminium and plastic shroud.

Despite the author's attempts to shroud it in a veil of balanced reporting, this article is unworthy of discussion on HN.

This system has an diffuser shroud at the circumference of its rotor to embody the wind energy concentration.

Like discussing unified universe theories of movies as if there's been any shroud of evidence that would lead anyone to believe one should exist.

As the shroud circumference increases it will require both a stronger tower and stronger internal supports to handle the ever-increasing weight of the shroud.

Perhaps, but you have to admit that it's a bit convenient to wrap oneself in the shroud of "research experiment" when launching a public-facing service or application.

> 11 million illegal aliensIf I were running for president, my #1 campaign promise and the first thing I'd do upon election would be to shroud the Statue of Liberty, which is currently the greatest symbol of hypocrisy in the world.

You're missing the point that Levison makes his last paragraph: "courts must not be allowed to consider matters of great importance under the shroud of secrecy, lest we find ourselves summarily deprived of meaningful due process".His argument was that he could not find appropriate legal representation because of the gag order, and that the DOJ would not cooperate in kind with his legal team once assembled.

Shroud definitions


a line that suspends the harness from the canopy of a parachute


(nautical) a line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind

See also: sheet tack mainsheet


burial garment in which a corpse is wrapped

See also: pall cerement winding-sheet winding-clothes


cover as if with a shroud; "The origins of this civilization are shrouded in mystery"

See also: enshroud hide cover


form a cover like a shroud; "Mist shrouded the castle"


wrap in a shroud; "shroud the corpses"