enclosing

[ UK /ɛnklˈə‍ʊzɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈkɫoʊzɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of enclosing something inside something else
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How To Use enclosing In A Sentence

  • The body of an adult jellyfish is a bell-shaped, jellylike substance enclosing its internal structure, from which the creature's tentacles suspend.
  • God surrounds "delicious Paradise" with a "verdurous wall", enclosing his blessed but vulnerable human couple. Ten of the best: walled gardens
  • This would typically comprise individual cells arranged around a central courtyard very often enclosing a railed tree, a shrine room, and an ambulatory.
  • Above this is a four-sided arched structure, and this is surmounted by a rotunda with Corinthian columns enclosing two statues.
  • I have pleasure in enclosing our considered response which we hope will be taken into account when finalising the guidance for publication.
  • The ore is mineralogically martite schist, and the enclosing rocks are grayish, greenish and pinkish siliceous schists, of probable eruptive origin. North Carolina and its Resources.
  • The fence enclosing the prison compound is constantly patrolled by armed guards.
  • Ends of the shell are stiffened with laminated timber arches braced by a diagrid of tension cables from which hang enclosing cardboard honeycomb panels.
  • The racemes consist of many male spikelets with one (rarely two) female spikelets at the base; the rachis is stout above, and the part within the bract enclosing the female spikelet is slender. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • Beautiful materials are used: in the podium the concrete beams are clad in mullions of black Argentine granite enclosing fillets of white Sicilian marble.
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