incase vs encase vs in case

incase encase in case


  • 1) if there happens to be need
  • 2) Alternative spelling of encase.
  • 3) enclose in, or as if in, a case
  • 4) To inclose in or as in a case; cover or surround with something.
  • 5) To inclose in a case; to inclose; to cover or surround with something solid.


  • 1) See incase, incasement.
  • 2) To enclose, as in a case.
  • 3) To enclose in or as if in a case.
  • 4) To inclose in or as if in a case. See incase.


  • 1) Because X may occur
  • 2) In the event of
  • 3) Because of the possibility of


  • 1) I have good Health insurance just incase is low cost because we perfect Health.
  • 2) McCain incase your forget THE USA IS fighting two wars one that was an unnessary war.
  • 3) Im gonna spectorlate that they want Bolton in incase they lose the Senate.
  • 4) Ok. ive been told that to get deployed u have to have a brother to carry your name incase you die?


  • 1) Should a tie in a class of its own be encased in glass of its own?
  • 2) Most of the displays are encased in glass.
  • 3) The chicken legs should be completely encased.
  • 4) Until the plant is totally encased in concrete it will remain lethal.
  • 5) That same year she was encased in concrete and opened to the public.
  • 6) Power poles are being encased in concrete rings to protect them from the heat.
  • 7) When a call is received it sends current to a bulb encased with match heads.
  • 8) Pour the remaining fondant mix over the caramel so it is completely encased in the centre of the fondant.
  • 9) Books are meant to be read, not encased in glass.
  • 10) The reception was encased in bulletproof glass, the blankets were riddled with holes and the remote control was moist.
  • 11) Ships were encased in the ice for years at a time, and in the dark winter months the crews displayed an endurance almost beyond belief.
  • 12) She recovered consciousness and after about an hour managed to land safely 40 miles away, with her flying suit encased in ice.
  • 13) At the same time, parts of southern England were struck by a freak ice storm that encased the landscape in thick ice.
  • 14) ‘It dove down and surrounded the dark energy encasing the young girl.’
  • 15) ‘I closed my eyes, unable to move, unable to speak, the very heat and darkness surrounding and encasing me.’
  • 16) ‘Isabella walked towards the elegant instrument and lifted the heavy wooden cover encasing the keys.’
  • 17) ‘The inner integument initiates as a ring of cells around the circumference of the ovule primordium and exhibits symmetrical cylindrical growth until it surrounds and encases the nucellus.’
  • 18) ‘In particular, the mineral completely encases each fibril, enclosing the fibrillar volume.’
  • 19) ‘The small silver disc encasing a temperature gauge could be a lifesaver in the event of a fire.’
  • 20) ‘Then the wax paper was wrapped around me, encasing me as I lay surrounded in warmth for 15 minutes - or was it a century?’
  • 21) ‘Her main objection was our liberal use of garlic, that pungent bulb with its pretty, papery sheath, encasing ivory-coloured segments, shaped like half-moons.’
  • 22) ‘The door shut soundlessly behind me, encasing us in darkness.’
  • 23) ‘These layers surround the hard dark-brown shell, encasing the coconut seed.’
  • 24) ‘I turned the key over in my hand and found the logo on the reverse side of the black plastic encasing the upper half.’
  • 25) ‘The road sweeps past vast stands of banana trees, and every single tree is encased in blue plastic.’
  • 26) ‘The tuna will be encased in a fibreglass cloth and covered with resin to create a mould.’
  • 27) ‘I closed my eyes and gradually felt the hurt and disappointment ebbing away when I felt his arms enveloping me, encasing me in his warmth.’
  • 28) ‘It engulfs its prey by encasing it in a suffocating plasma-like substance.’
  • 29) ‘A filament is formed of a trichome that may be encased by a sheath.’
  • 30) ‘X-ray tubes are encased in lead shields and fully protected and equipment is regularly calibrated.’
  • 31) ‘Dry-clean and encase cashmere and fur in plastic bags for summer’
  • 32) ‘The pods that encase the edible portion of the fruits are hard and turn from brown to pink as they start ripening.’
  • 33) ‘The book was incased in hard leather which had been stained black with blood red inscriptions.’

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