inclose, inclosure

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in·close \ in-ˈklōz \

Less common variants of , enclosure

transitive verb
1 a (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

Learn More about inclose

  1. Spanish Central: Translation of inclose


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