enclosed vs inclosed

enclosed inclosed

Definitions

  • 1) music (of a division within a pipe organ surrounded by a wooden box, one or more sides of which contain slats that can be opened or closed in order to increase or decrease volume) having closed slats
  • 2) music (of a division within a pipe organ surrounded by a wooden box, one or more sides of which contain slats that can be opened or closed in order to increase or decrease volume) having closed slats
  • 3) fenced in or surrounded
  • 4) contained within a three dimensional container
  • 5) surrounded or closed in, usually on all sides. Opposite of unenclosed.
  • 6) closed in or surrounded or included within
  • 7) Simple past tense and past participle of enclose.

Definitions

  • 1) Contained within something.
  • 2) Surrounded.
  • 3) Simple past tense and past participle of inclose.

Examples

  • 1) Then she turned on her heel and led the two men down the passage and through a dark kitchen to an enclosed yard.
  • 2) Her softly spoken words of comfort never penetrated the horror which enclosed his tormented mind.
  • 3) Earth has burrowed into itself, shunning space exploration for centuries, walling itself away from nature and other planets in enclosed cities that people are terrified to leave.
  • 4) Avoid painting in enclosed areas and avoid spending extended periods of time in freshly painted areas.
  • 5) Indoor heating is often cited as a factor, recirculating pathogens in enclosed spaces.
  • 6) But the extent to which Dominican women were enclosed is a difficult question, and one still debated by scholars.
  • 7) The visitor is issued a tag enclosed in plastic with instructions as to the rules of access, probably not read, and limits visits to 30 minutes, which may create a problem of enforceability.
  • 8) Hah, Cornelia - I LOVE that movie (and fear it ...) "Check enclosed" is pretty great, too.
  • 9) Re: [sfmacaws] Working in enclosed spaces, a terrible tragedy
  • 10) Re: [Rolly] Working in enclosed spaces, a terrible tragedy

Examples

  • 1) Then she turned on her heel and led the two men down the passage and through a dark kitchen to an enclosed yard.
  • 2) Her softly spoken words of comfort never penetrated the horror which enclosed his tormented mind.
  • 3) The twenty dollars inclosed is from our Female Anti-slavery Society.
  • 4) 12 A garden inclosed is my sister, my spouse; a spring shut up, a fountain sealed.
  • 5) The inclosed is a letter of the utmost consequence, which I was desired to forward, with care and speed, to the most Serene LOUIS.
  • 6) As in the ordinary hogán, the upright posts of the door-frame are set near the lower ends of the doorway timbers, and the roof and sides of the doorway are covered in when the sides of the hut are inclosed, which is the next step in the construction.
  • 7) Within the triangle, which may be roughly described as inclosed by Galway town,
  • 8) The extract inclosed, which is taken from an official publication of the Belgian Government, and the extract from an official statement by the Belgian Minister of War, prove that the Belgian Government had never connived, or been willing to connive, at the breach of the treaty that made the maintenance of Belgian neutrality an international obligation.
  • 9) -- From the day on which I met you in Colorado I've been trying to live after your pattern; how I succeeded on the third day, you may guess from inclosed, which is a copy of a letter I sent to
  • 10) On Friday morning I received the original letter from Anna St. Ives, of which the inclosed is a copy; and on the following day about a quarter of an hour before midnight my mother expired.
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