- v.隐瞒( shroud的过去式和过去分词 ); 保密;
For years the teaching of acting has been shrouded in mystery.
Mist shrouded the outline of Buckingham Palace.
It is an elaborate ceremony, shrouded in mystery.
The area is shrouded in smoke.
The hills were shrouded in mist .
The towers were shrouded in mist.
The hills were shrouded in mist.
The earth is shrouded in darkness.
The airport was shrouded in a heavy mist.
Everything was shrouded in mist and raindrops.
An autumn mist and drizzle shrouded the scene.
Deliberately she shrouded the light in her eyes.
Their introduction had been shrouded in mystery.
This fact suggests that the beginnings of the art were already shrouded in prehistoric darkness.
When clouds shrouded that new moon, as they did this night, the people dispersed, alarmed.