encased

[ UK /ɛnkˈe‍ɪst/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈkeɪst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. covered or protected with or as if with a case
    knights cased in steel
    products encased in leatherette
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How To Use encased In A Sentence

  • At the same time, parts of southern England were struck by a freak ice storm that encased the landscape in thick ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • And one evening we try crispy-crusted pig's-feet cakes, meltingly soft chunks of meat encased in polenta.
  • A small wood shingled A frame, it was solidly encased by trees, hidden from view.
  • His broken leg was encased in plaster.
  • Power poles are being encased in concrete rings to protect them from the heat. Times, Sunday Times
  • The reception was encased in bulletproof glass, the blankets were riddled with holes and the remote control was moist. Times, Sunday Times
  • During the Khmer's rule, two folds of iron sheets encased in electrified barbwire to prevent escape enclosed it.
  • All I see is his broad back encased in an expensive black suit, and the elegant cut of his dark hair.
  • Kidneys are encased in a creamy, waxy fat called suet, which is easily removed by cutting into it and then peeling it away. How to Cook Your Gut Pile
  • It's hard to do justice to the succulence of the pears in light frangipane sponge, encased in triumphant, well-fired, crunchy pastry.
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