Examples of encase in a Sentence
Ice encased the trees and power lines after the storm.
fear of the outside world can encase a person just as surely as stone walls
Recent Examples of encase from the Web
These Shanghainese specialties get their moniker from the piping hot broth cleverly encased within, the result of a gelatinous soup that liquefies when heated.
Walls encase the metropolis, keeping at bay undocumented people and an unruly environment.
Concrete had been poured inside, encasing his body.
Suddenly the straps turned into bars and I was encased in this black steel bar.
The cake is sturdy and dense, encased with slivered almonds, topped with chocolate and swirled white fondant.
The impressive Washington Monument had been clumsily placed on the banks of the Potomac River, where lapping waves encased the area in a perennial field of mud.
It is still encased in the Hall of Honor at the KFC Yum Center.
They were encased in enormous chocolate conversation hearts that required a hammer to crack open, and were the stuff that Instagram dreams are made of.
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ENCASE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of encase for English Language Learners
: to completely cover (something)
ENCASE Defined for Kids
Definition of encase for Students
- … doctors had … encased the numb side of his body in a cast.
- —William H. Armstrong, Sounder
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