verb (used with object), en·cased, en·cas·ing.
Can be confusedencase in case
Examples from the Web for encase
Her voice was too strong, too assured, to encase in strict rules.
Of course, those spheres also encase it in a petrochemical prison.
His breeches also appear to be of buff leather, and large boots, with wide tops, encase his feet and legs.A Handbook of Pictorial History|Henry W. Donald
Thoughts are such mighty magnets that they attract even the material bodies that encase them.The Bail Jumper|Robert J. C. Stead
Sew up tight, tie up the legs, and encase the body with strong twine, wrapped around to hold the wings to the body.Clayton's Quaker Cook-Book|H. J. Clayton
The time occupied from beginning to encase it until the completion was about three and a half months.
Sul-útag plastik ang alambri dikuryinti, Encase the electric wire in plastic.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan|John U. Wolff