enclose definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To surround on all sides; close-in.
    • To fence in so as to avoid common use: enclosed the pasture.
    • To contain, specially to be able to envelop or shelter: "Each One Of those darkly clustered houses encloses its secret” ( Charles Dickens).
    • To insert into the same envelope or bundle: enclose a check because of the purchase.
    • To inclose. See inclose.
    • To surround on all sides; close-in.
    • To fence in so as to avoid common use: enclosed the pasture.
    • To contain, particularly so as to envelop or shelter: "Each One Of those darkly clustered homes encloses unique key” ( Charles Dickens).
    • To insert in to the same envelope or bundle: enclose a check utilizing the purchase.
    • To inclose. See inclose.
    • To encircle on all sides; close in.
    • To fence in so as to prevent typical use: enclosed the pasture.
    • To consist of, specially so as to envelop or shelter: "Each Of those darkly clustered houses encloses its own key” ( Charles Dickens).
    • To place to the exact same envelope or bundle: enclose a check using the purchase.
    • To inclose. See inclose.
  • verb:
    • To encircle with a wall, fence, etc.
    • To put into a container, often an envelope or package.
    • to put up or include.
    • surround completely
    • introduce
    • close in
    • enclose or enfold completely with or as though with a covering
    • To surround with a wall, fence, etc.
    • To place into a container, often an envelope or package.
    • To hold or include.
    • surround entirely
    • introduce
    • close-in
    • enclose or enfold completely with or just as if with a covering
    • To encircle with a wall, fence, etc.
    • To place into a container, generally an envelope or package.
    • To hold or contain.
    • surround completely
    • introduce
    • close in
    • enclose or enfold completely with or as though with a covering
  • others:
    • See inclose, etc.
    • See inclose, etc.
    • See inclose, etc.

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