Examples of encircle in a Sentence
A crowd of reporters encircled the mayor.
communication satellites encircling the earth
Recent Examples of encircle from the Web
The wildly scenic Cabot Trail encircles much of the island, one-third of it looping through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, along the coast and over the highlands.
Even as the new estimates consider the effectiveness of hurricane evacuation plans, the east bank levee system encircles what in 2012 was the largest population at risk behind any levee built by the corps nationwide.
Three black hoops are expected to encircle the diameter of the socks, while the initials of Los Blancos will adorn the front of the footwear in something of a departure for the club.
The restaurant, which opened in 1933, is tucked into a patio encircled by palm trees, orchids, birds of paradise, bougainvillea and ferns.
Opened last year, the circular building encircles a park reserved for Apple employees only.
At one point, Dewan puts her arm on Tatum’s shoulder which prompts him to encircle her in his arms.
White lilies, red tulips, and yellow daffodils encircled the altar.
Smithfield Foods The controversy encircled Steven Hart too, drawing attention to his clients with business before the EPA.
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ENCIRCLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of encircle for English Language Learners
: to form a circle around (someone or something) : to surround (someone or something)
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