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
As a fail-safe, the motherboard is enclosed in a mesh sleeve that can’t be unscrewed, cracked, or even bored through, thanks to a circuit lining the interior that shatters at the touch of a drill bit.
The battery pack (4 AA batteries not included) is safely secured in a slim, screw-closure plastic case accessed by unzipping the water-resistant nylon liner that permanently encloses the 23.5-by-12-.75-inch polyurethane foam mat.
Carl said the project is substantially different than the gargantuan Walmart distribution center announced last year, which will enclose more than 2 million square feet and handle shipments of goods coming in through the Port of Mobile.
Enclosed was the donation of $2,000, some of which Sullivan said will be used to start new programs directed at youths in the area.
The priciest choice would be to enclose the lower portion of the tower so the weather cannot affect it, Novack said.
In this Dec. 30, 2016 file photo, a fence encloses an estate in the village of Upper Brookville in the town of Oyster Bay, N.Y., on Long Island, after the Obama administration closed this compound for Russian diplomats.
Not to worry, several original lightsabers are on display nearby, enclosed in glass, along with an explanation of what led to their creation: the flash of a Graflex camera in the 1940s.
The bar then enclosed part of the patio last fall, but the city found the area was still a mostly outdoor space, and the 11 p.m. curfew was still in effect.
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ENCLOSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enclose 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
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