verb (used with object), in·closed, in·clos·ing.
Related formsin·clos·er, nounself-in·closed, adjectiveun·in·closed, adjective
Examples from the Web for inclose
I will inclose your letter with mine, otherwise, in her pride and anger, she might return it unopened.Little Golden's Daughter|Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller
The Dalmatians were drawn up near the sea, in a manner to inclose the two granite columns of the Piazzetta.The Bravo|J. Fenimore Cooper
These coverings are now called mummy-cases, and the bodies they inclose, mummies.New National Fourth Reader|Charles J. Barnes and J. Marshall Hawkes
He by his labour does, as it were, inclose it from the common.Second Treatise of Government|John Locke
Dear Mr. Ried,—I know the names of all the boys, and inclose you a list.Ester Ried Yet Speaking|Isabella Alden