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  • 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.
  • A man by faith encloses a bit of the common for his very own. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Psalms, Maclaren
  • He encloses the photographs of his dead wife, his living children, and himself. Cited from McClure's Magazine, Vol. VI., No. 6, May, 1896, by Various
  • The cover, Sir, will let you know what is to be done with what it encloses. Cited from Clarissa, Vol. 8 (of 9), by Samuel Richardson
  • But how will the artist avoid the corruption of his time which encloses him on all hands? Cited from Literary and Philosophical Essays, by Various
  • He writes the mother a letter seeking a relationship with his daughter and encloses some support money.
  • This has been removed, except on the north side, where it encloses a narrow yard containing offices.
  • It encloses an area of area, which is the largest single reserve in Africa.
  • We become part of the machinery of the great organization that encloses us in its regular processes. Cited from My Year of the War, by Frederick Palmer
  • Hassan encloses himself in a tower, determined to work until the end of his days.
  • The black border encloses a series of red spots, whose size and number can vary.
  • The wall encloses the entire building and only the bell-tower with its cross peek out over the top.
  • The latter encloses either the entire body or only the anterior end.
  • Thus they loved at school (in their last two terms), and thus they will love till the grave encloses them. Cited from Alice Sit-By-The-Fire, by J. M. Barrie
  • A wall encloses the town in which a large church becomes the focal point.
  • A post and two-rail fence encloses much of a large semi open space on the northern side of the hall.
  • The surface formed is a surface of revolution; it encloses a solid of revolution.
  • In the upper part of its course it encloses a great number of small islands, known as the Thousand Islands.
  • A stone wall foundation encloses area adjacent to the structure.
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Root form of encloses is enclose for the verb.

Meaning of encloses

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