enclose

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  • The water is deep but it remains mostly clear due to it being slightly enclosed.
  • The ground floor was originally open but has since been enclosed.
  • The front wall is built up with local stone and earth to enclose the structure.
  • The castle is more than long and encloses an area about wide.
  • This structure is built via self-assembly and encloses the whole cell surface.
  • The walls of a round city could enclose with the same length of a larger area.
  • This had its own enclosing front and side windows and held seven passengers.
  • Open the earth to enclose me, or change my form, which has brought me into this danger!
  • A man by faith encloses a bit of the common for his very own. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Psalms, Maclaren
  • I have since reduced them to writing, and enclose them to you for your ideas upon them. Cited from Courts and Cabinets of George the Third, Vol. 1, by Duke of Buckingham
  • Shall take the night train, and enclose sufficient money to pay for my entertainment. Cited from The Strange Case of Cavendish, by Randall Parrish
  • As a result, management decided to enclose the facilities so that they were under cover.
  • If you want to write to her, enclose a note to me. Cited from The Cornet of Horse, by G. A. Henty
  • The region of space enclosed by open system boundaries is usually called a control volume.
  • I enclose you what answer he makes me this morning. Cited from Letters of Edward FitzGerald in Two Volumes, V. 1, by Edward FitzGerald
  • The surface enclosing the control volume is referred to as the control surface.
  • He also built a winter garden by enclosing the clock court.
  • A stone wall enclosed both the cave entrance and the building itself.
  • I enclose to you his letters to me on the subject. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 6, ed. by Lipscomb and Bergh
  • Do you have to enclose enough to bring them back? Cited from Prudence Says So, by Ethel Hueston
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Meaning of enclose

  • verb Close in; darkness enclosed him"
  • verb Surround completely
    Darkness enclosed him, They closed in the porch with a fence