[ US /ɪnˈkɫoʊz/ ]
[ UK /ɛnklˈəʊz/ ]
[ UK /ɛnklˈəʊz/ ]
Darkness enclosed him
They closed in the porch with a fence
enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering
Fog enveloped the house
place, fit, or thrust (something) into another thing
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darkness enclosed him
How To Use enclose In A Sentence
- Along the rural lanes beyond Arambol, old farmhouses are enclosed in latticed palm shade.
- It was foreseen by us that the velodrome would be totally enclosed.
- Each major area is enclosed by a large number of isoglosses representing differences in lexis, grammar, and phonology.
- The clock stands on an oval marble base, enclosed by a glass dome.
- I enclose you Dr. Johnson's definition of a vampyre, which is as follows: Varney the vampire; or, The feast of blood. Volume 1
- These cells, about 40 m in diameter and termed primary oocytes, are enclosed within a single layer of squamous cells, forming a primordial follicle.
- The landscape was well ordered with fields defined by hedges and ditches, trackways linking settlements, and unenclosed grazing areas beyond the more intensively used enclosed land.
- You will soon have a thick, impenetrable hedge to enclose the fast-growing butterfly bush, Buddleia davidii (coppice it annually to promote flowers), or the heavenly blue blooms of enthusiastic ceanothus thrysiflorus.
- The programme which was apparently enclosed with that letter is a perplexing document.
- Some of the country is like England, undulating, rolling, well-cultivated fields, enclosed with pailings which overlap each other and would be awkwardish obstacles in a hunting country; but one misses, like abroad, the cattle -- we saw one or two stray cows, but little else. A Lady's Life on a Farm in Manitoba