enclave

[ UK /ˈɛnkle‍ɪv/ ]
[ US /ˈɑnˌkɫeɪv, ˈɛnˌkɫeɪv/ ]
NOUN
  1. an enclosed territory that is culturally distinct from the foreign territory that surrounds it
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How To Use enclave In A Sentence

  • He declined to give details on who the passengers were except to say they were from a nursing home in Bellaire, an upscale enclave within Houston.
  • Washington jugeait "intenable" le blocus de l'enclave palestinienne qu'Israël a défendu cette semaine en tuant WN.com - Articles related to Pourquoi Obama et Sarkozy doivent s'investir au Proche-Orient
  • A world reputation for jobs, and a ‘welcome to the neighbourhood’ attitude has historically created a city of immigrants and ethnic enclaves.
  • Whether you live in the suburbs or in the vital enclaves of a Little India, you are a part of America and American life.
  • They settled in metropolitan areas including Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago, and formed organized ethnic enclaves throughout the nation.
  • Men kneel outside a mosque during Friday prayers in Sadr City, a mostly Shi'ite enclave in Baghdad.
  • The Post's Michael Laris writes about a small Republican enclave in heavily Democratic Montgomery County, where voters sometimes feel disconnected from the elected officials making the decisions. Lori's A.M. Buzz: Who's calling, please?
  • In one corner, you'll find an enclave of butchers, delicatessen and food stalls, including a cluster selling plump, briny Gower cockles and fresh laverbread. Swansea's top 10 budget eats
  • Beyond the jets is the small Air Force enclave where nearly 500 airmen live and work.
  • Planners have approved the building of 27 new homes to replace four detached houses in an exclusive leafy enclave.
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