Meaning: en
v. wrap or envelop tightly, insulate; wrap as if in a cocoon

n. silky envelope spun by larvae to protect themselves in the pupal stage; any of a number of protective coverings produced by animals
The silk moth is a large moth whose caterpillar spins a cocoon used for silk production.
Caterpillars transform into butterflies while they're in a cocoon.
Silkworms spin cocoons.
The caterpillar's body changes inside the cocoon. Now it has wings. Look. It's a butterfly.
This morning I found myself wrapped in a cocoon of blankets.
I saw a cocoon on the tree.
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