Examples of enclose in a Sentence
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.
Recent Examples of enclose from the Web
In 2011, Davis Brody Bond enclosed the original portico.
At Mulligans Flat, a special fence encloses an area equivalent to about 900 American football fields.
Current estimates for dealing the Moser Tower range from $660,000 to decommission and remove the tower all together, $3.8 million to make needed repairs and enclose the structure's lower half to protect it from future damage.
Nugent said enclosing open classroom spaces at Holmes and Westview Hills also is in the plans.
Fold bottom and top of tortilla under, completely enclosing filling.
The restaurant owners will soon begin the work of expanding the space by enclosing an outdoor patio.
The roof and the entire pavilion section could have been lost if the team had increased seating by enclosing the stadium—once a possibility.
In a potential effort to combat the surge in home runs, MLB is mandating that each team store balls in an air conditioned and enclosed room for 2018.
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Origin and Etymology of enclose
ENCLOSE Defined for English Language Learners
: to surround (something)
: to put something around (something)
: to include (something) with a letter or in a package
ENCLOSE Defined for Kids
Synonym Discussion of enclose
- A high hedge encloses the garden.
- Clouds enveloped the peaks of the mountains.
- A stone wall fences in the yard.
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