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  • We enclose it to you, as we do not think it is worth ten dollars. Cited from The Secrets Of The Great City, by E. Martin
  • You may write a little note, if you choose, and I will enclose it in my letter. Cited from Elsie Dinsmore, by Martha Finley
  • He told me it did, and advised me to enclose it to her when I wrote. Cited from Infelice, by Augusta Jane Evans Wilson
  • I would enclose it, but till Christmas I have scarcely enough to keep myself. Cited from Reginald Cruden, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • If it has a permanent top enclosing it, it may be called a "van".
  • He desired me to read it, and enclose it to you, which I have done. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 1 (of 4), ed. by T. J. Randolph
  • I shall enclose it in this letter, as I think you will like to see a representation of it. Cited from Domestic pleasures, by F. B. Vaux
  • She would send a line to her friend, she said, if I would take the trouble to enclose it in my letter. Cited from The Coquette, or The History of Eliza Wharton, by Hannah Webster Foster
  • Players may capture territory within the city by completely enclosing it with their pieces alone, or with the help of the city walls.
  • She might have written a note and forgotten to enclose it. Cited from Patsy, by S. R. Crockett
  • They press down upon the mind, and enclose it within barriers so that it can only act through these surroundings. Cited from Folklore as an Historical Science, by George Laurence Gomme
  • When this home of mine is made thine, that very moment is it taken across, even while its old walls enclose it. Cited from Sadhana, by Rabindranath Tagore
  • I am surprised to find myself obliged to enclose it. Cited from Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Volume 1, Matthew L. Davis
  • It was set like a gem in the mountains, which, from our position, seemed to enclose it almost entirely. Cited from Exploring Expedition to the Rockies, by Fremont
  • A line of entrenchments stretched for two miles around the fort enclosing it. Cited from The Victim, by Thomas Dixon
  • A bowl of mountains encloses it upon three sides. Cited from In the South Seas, by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • It was like a gem in the mountains, which, from our position, seemed to enclose it almost entirely. Cited from The Illustrated London Reading Book, by Various
  • Finally she laid her other hand over Agatha's, enclosing it in a strong clasp. Cited from The Stolen Singer, by Martha Idell Fletcher Bellinger
  • The slope into which the theatre was built originally had very few trees, but many were planted on both sides to enclose it.
  • "I will enclose it with a line and get it off by special delivery this noon." Cited from The Whole Family, Howells et al.
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