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
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On the mall's east end, the former Sears building's upper floors will house a 14-screen movie theater encased in glass.
For me, that was once bastilla, a layered Moroccan pastry pie encasing spiced braised chicken and dusted with cinnamon and almonds.
Pregnancy tests have been pretty standard for the past few decades: They're made of a fiber strip encased in plastic.
To the left, there's a piano keyboard encased in a glass top, perfect for use as a behind-the-couch table or other area in the home.
The real surprise of her, though, is how much the slender body that lures the dressmaker encases Ms. Krieps’s uncompromising soul.
The uptempo duet is filled with orchestral strings and the verses are encased in a big band groove.
The artifacts were not yet in place, and many of the glass vitrines were encased in foam and tape.
Ritland fights back with all his strength and skill, lifting the dog off the ground and swinging it in circles, but even encased in the bite suit his face contorts in pain, and the sleeve of the suit is bloodied after the attack.
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First Known Use of encase
Synonymsbox (in), cage, closet, coop (up), corral, encage, enclose, envelop, fence (in), hedge, hem (in), house, immure, include, mew (up), pen, wall (in)
Related Wordsbound, circumscribe, confine, contain, limit, restrict; encircle, encompass, enfold, enframe, enlace, frame, ring, surround; armor, cocoon, encapsulate, encapsule, encyst, ensheathe, ensphere, enwomb
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