enclose

Part of speech: verb

To surround; inclose.

Part of speech: verb

To insert, as in an envelop.

Part of speech: verb

To fence in, as land.

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Usage examples "enclose":

  1. " Write to him, monseigneur," replied the doctor, " and give me your letter that I may enclose it with one which I, myself, have just written. - "The Hated Son", Honore de Balzac.
  2. Do robes of state the guarded heart enclose From each fair feeling human nature knows? - "Poetical Works of Akenside", Mark Akenside.
  3. She next directed the boys to supply her with pine or cedar boughs, which she stuck in close together, so as to enclose the fire within the area of the stakes. - "Lost in the Backwoods", Catherine Parr Traill.