enclosed

All Verb
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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 region of space enclosed by open system boundaries is usually called a control volume.
  • A stone wall enclosed both the cave entrance and the building itself.
  • With a main laboratory building nearly long, it contains of enclosed space, used primarily for research.
  • The letter had to be enclosed within a large sheet of green paper.
  • The enclosed playing area is called a box, in contrast to the open playing field of the traditional game.
  • It is completely enclosed and much smaller than the first one; it may be closed on high-traffic days.
  • It can also be used when two sides and one of the non-enclosed angles are known.
  • There he lived strictly enclosed in an old abandoned Roman fort for some twenty years.
  • Enclosed private property came up with modern times.
  • Later the larger area inside the watch towers was enclosed with walls.
  • The original main building, the first totally enclosed film stage and studio in history, is still there.
  • In much of eastern and western England, fields were similarly either never open or were enclosed earlier.
  • On the south side, just behind the main complex, were three separate enclosed groups of huts.
  • Enclosed and covered on all sides, the bridge contains two separate corridors that run next to each other.
  • However, this style of ride does not feature any enclosed sections.
  • In later years part of this line was enclosed in a tunnel.
  • Other buildings, made of wood or stone, enclosed the Grand Place.
  • He felt as though he was suspended several feet above the ground enclosed in a white sphere of light.
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Root form of enclosed is enclose for the verb.

Meaning of enclosed

  • verb Close in; darkness enclosed him"
  • verb Surround completely
    Darkness enclosed him, They closed in the porch with a fence
  • adjective Closed in or surrounded or included within
    an enclosed porch, an enclosed yard, the enclosed check is to cover shipping and handling