inclose, inclosure

in·​close | \in-ˈklōz \

less common variants of , enclosure

transitive verb

1a(1) : to close in : surround enclose a porch with glass

(2) : to fence off (common land) for individual use

b : to hold in : confine

2 : to include along with something else in a parcel or envelope a check is enclosed herewith

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