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
Unlike the Ascot Landau and State Landau, the Irish State Coach is enclosed, which made sense given the season.
As French Ambassador to the US Gerard Araud tweeted, the roots were enclosed in a special plastic coating so as not to contaminate the White House soil.
Trees enclose a patio area with a grotto-style pool and waterfall.
The circular walkway could be enclosed completely, partially or not at all through the use of wooden slats.
The new red iPhones will be enclosed in glass, with a matching aluminum band, and—in a departure from last year’s red models--a black front.
If medical marijuana is being grown outside, it must be enclosed by fences or other barriers that block the view of the plant.
At the intersection of Union, the employee day care center is fully enclosed.
These levels are enclosed but have full views of the port.
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Origin and Etymology of enclose
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
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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