verb (used with object), in·cased, in·cas·ing.
Examples from the Web for incase
For Frances was very tactful, and if she governed with a rod of iron, she was clever enough to incase it well in silk.Frances Kane's Fortune|L. T. Meade
And incase God grant vs ane hapy swccess in this errand, I hope baith to haif yowr lo.James VI and the Gowrie Mystery|Andrew Lang
These duffles are cut into the form of a slipper and incase the stockings of the feet.Ethnology of the Ungava District, Hudson Bay Territory|Lucien Turner
In the first place, an elaborately embroidered bodice must be made to incase Siegfrid's charming figure as if in a coat of enamel.Ticket No. "9672"|Jules Verne