lap (v.) Old form(s): lapt
wrap, swathe, enfold, clad
Cym V.v.361[Belarius to Cymbeline, of Arviragus] he, sir, was lapped / In a most curious mantle
Mac I.ii.56[Ross to King, of Macbeth] lapped in proof
PP.20.24[of a nightingale] All thy friends are lapped in lead
R3 II.i.117[King Edward to all, of Clarence] he did lap me / Even in his garments

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