Thanks Apple for the idea...I had to participate this week. This word came out of my mouth more often this weekend than ever in my life. I'm not sure how it started, but once I said it, my husband didn't think it was a "real" word. So, I had to be right. And then I had to say it about 500 times to prove a point. Uh-huh. I did.
–verb (used with object), -sconced, -sconc·ing.
to settle securely or snugly: I found her in the library, ensconced in an armchair.
to cover or shelter; hide securely: He ensconced himself in the closet in order to eavesdrop.