inclosure definition

  • noun:
    • Alternative spelling of enclosure.
    • The act of inclosing; the state of being inclosed, shut-up, or encompassed; the separation of land from typical ground by a fence.
    • what is inclosed or placed within something; anything contained; a space inclosed or fenced up.
    • whatever incloses; a barrier or fence.
    • The work of inclosing, or even the condition to be inclosed.
    • The split and appropriation of land by way of a fence; hence, the appropriation of things typical; reduction to exclusive control.
    • what incloses; anything that environs, encompasses, or incloses within restrictions.
    • whatever is inclosed or shut in;a area or an object encircled or enveloped. Particularly
    • A tract of land-surrounded by a fence, hedge, or equivalent defense, with such fence or hedge.
    • A letter or paper inclosed with another in an envelop. See Inclose, 2.
    • the act of enclosing something inside something different
    • some thing (usually a supporting document) this is certainly enclosed in an envelope with a covering page

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