[ US /ɛnˈkɫoʊzd, ɪnˈkɫoʊzd/ ]
[ UK /ɛnklˈəʊzd/ ]
[ UK /ɛnklˈəʊzd/ ]
closed in or surrounded or included within
the enclosed check is to cover shipping and handling
an enclosed yard
an enclosed porch
How To Use enclosed 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.
- 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.
- 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
- This answer, you'll see by the enclosed news paper, was unanimously voted to be not satisfactory to the Town, and the next day, on Mr. Hutchinson's sending into the Town Meeting an answer of the same purport, both his and ours were voted to be daringly affrontive to the Tea Leaves Being a Collection of Letters and Documents relating to the shipment of Tea to the American Colonies in the year 1773, by the East India Tea Company. (With an introduction, notes, and biographical notices of the Boston Tea Party)
- The 1.1-acre site has access to a small bathing area and harbour enclosed by a concrete pier and a breakwater.