About forty years ago the land between the two villages was unenclosed.
His way led across an unenclosed outskirt of the town which served as a common to the poor people of the neighborhood.
The spot, all unenclosed as it was, was evidently utilized by some builder for the storage of various kinds of lumber.
The houses line one side of the boulevards, the other being open to the fields, which are highly cultivated and unenclosed.
Take away Stone-henge from Salisbury plain, and it is nothing more than Hounslow heath, or any other unenclosed down.
The scene of the story is the unenclosed mountain between Corlanau, a small farm, and the hamlet, Rhiwlas.
The servant therefore had to return with them long before I reached the unenclosed mountain land, and I proceeded on my way alone.
The Cut in the adjoining column represents Bankside in 1648, from which it appears to have been then in part waste and unenclosed.
A party, evidently of poor people, were approaching an unenclosed cemetery, and we waited to see the interment.
Left Douglas Mill at about three o'clock; travelled through an open corn country, the tracts of corn large and unenclosed.
early 14c., from en- (1) + close, and partially from Old French enclos, past participle of enclore.
Specific sense of "to fence in waste or common ground" for the purpose of cultivation or to give it to private owners, is from c.1500. Meaning "place a document with a letter for transmission" is from 1707. Related: Enclosed; enclosing.