enclose some

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  • I will enclose some of them, which I desire you to return as soon as you can. Cited from Clarissa Harlowe, Volume 9 (of 9), by Samuel Richardson
  • He writes the mother a letter seeking a relationship with his daughter and encloses some support money.
  • Surely, surely he would not forward the photographs without enclosing some sort of an answer to her many notes! Cited from The Fortunes of the Farrells, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • If your goods permit the sending of samples by all means enclose some with the letter. Cited from Business Correspondence, Vol. 1, by Anonymous
  • P. S. I enclose some papers for the amusement of your husband. Cited from Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Complete, Matthew L. Davis
  • Combe immediately caused a local dispute when he tried to enclose some land at Welcombe.
  • P.S. I enclose some slips to be pasted into books for my different American friends. Cited from Yesterdays with Authors, by James T. Fields
  • Its boundaries enclose some of the richest gold mines in the world.
  • It itself shows two distinct lines of fortification, one probably much older than the other, enclosing some 60 acres. Cited from Roman Britain in 1914, by F. Haverfield
  • He used to enclose some sketches with the letters.
  • I enclose some German papers, which he begs you to translate. Cited from Memoirs of Napoleon, V6, by Bourrienne
  • But aunt Corinne secretly suspected it was made of gold, to enclose some dear little baby whose mother would not put it into anything else. Cited from Old Caravan Days, by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • I thought I could not do better in return, while writing my dissent, than to enclose some small books of my own to the nun, inviting her comments thereon. Cited from Personal Recollections, by Charlotte Elizabeth
  • Sallerl; pray tell her I mean to enclose some verses to show my gratitude to her in my letter to Herr Bullinger. Cited from The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, V.1.
  • Looking down to the water's edge, we saw a fence enclosing some pasture land, and were glad to see another gate, for we wanted a raft for our clothes, and we thought this would do. Cited from Three Times and Out, by Nellie L. McClung
  • Later my cousin returned to Paris, and I went on to Rome, where I received a letter from Dr Richard Hodgson enclosing some Piper script. Cited from Seen and Unseen, by E. Katharine Bates
  • Around a square enclosing some six acres of ground, the tents were arranged -- arbors of green boughs cut from the adjoining forest formed a shelter from the sun's rays. Cited from The Memories of Fifty Years, by William H. Sparks
  • These have a total length of 4.57 kilometres and enclose some 520 hectares.
  • More than once in his letters to Murray he reverts to this profession of accuracy, and encloses some additional note, in which he points out and rectifies an occasional deviation from the historical record. Cited from The Works of Lord Byron: Poetry, Volume 4, by Lord Byron
  • Nor should I advise you to try hatching butterflies like chickens, by enclosing some chrysalides in a glass shaped like an egg, and placing them under a hen, though it has been done successfully! Cited from Twilight And Dawn, by Caroline Pridham