enclosed also inclosed; enclosing also inclosing; encloses also incloses
: to include along with something else in a parcel or envelope
a check is enclosed herewith
The pie's flaky crust encloses a fruit filling. Enclose the fish in foil and bake. She enclosed a photo with the card. Please enclose a check with your application. Enclosed with this letter are the tickets you ordered.
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