completely enclose

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  • Hence, the building is actually formed by two buildings with a completely enclosed interior court.
  • Thus he remained till the fog and the night had completely enclosed him from her view. Cited from The Woodlanders, by Thomas Hardy
  • It is completely enclosed and much smaller than the first one; it may be closed on high-traffic days.
  • The market areas of the smaller settlements are completely enclosed within the market area of the larger settlement.
  • Instead of holding the field within it, completely enclosed, the big one will affect all the space about it. Cited from Islands of Space, by John W Campbell
  • Hamilton is, for the most part, a two story, completely enclosed campus.
  • The campus has access to eight lakes (of which four are completely enclosed by school property).
  • Almost immediately, they begin to feel claustrophobic in the completely enclosed city.
  • At times we seemed completely enclosed in a lake from which there was no escape save by climbing the hills. Cited from Overland through Asia (Illustrated), by Thomas Wallace Knox
  • Parks that were built to serve both were usually circular and completely enclosed on all sides.
  • The new walls became higher that the old ones, except for the towers which were completely enclosed in the new walls.
  • The entire downtown would have been completely enclosed, unaffected by the outside elements.
  • Players may capture territory within the city by completely enclosing it with their pieces alone, or with the help of the city walls.
  • It was completely enclosed by a very high wall, and, like the house, was nearly square in its proportions. Cited from La Vendee, by Anthony Trollope
  • The platforms themselves would have been covered over with shelter, but it was not intended that they would be completely enclosed.
  • The most common layout of these groups is that of four buildings completely enclosing a central courtyard.
  • It is completely protected from the weather, being completely enclosed.
  • The interior courtyard measures approximately on each side and was completely enclosed by the palace, creating a very private space within.
  • Its side curtains were up, completely enclosing the single seat. Cited from Tom Slade's Double Dare, by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • The events completely enclosed within these limits are of subordinate importance. Cited from A History of Rome, Vol 1, by A H.J. Greenidge
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