encompass (v.) 1
surround, encircle, enclose
1H6 I.i.114 [Third Messenger to all, of Talbot] this dreadful lord ... / Was round encompassed and set upon
1H6 III.ii.53 [Talbot to and of Pucelle] Encompassed with thy lustful paramours
3H6 II.i.15 [Richard to Edward, of York] he bore him ... as a bear encompassed round with dogs
3H6 II.ii.3 [Queen to King, of York] That sought to be encompassed with your crown
TNK IV.i.62 [Wooer to Gaoler] Who made the sound, the rushes and the reeds / Had so encompassed it [i.e. the place where the singer was]