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inclose

[in-klohz]
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verb (used with object), in·closed, in·clos·ing.
  1. enclose.
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Related formsin·clos·er, nounself-in·closed, adjectiveun·in·closed, adjective
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Examples from the Web for inclose

Historical Examples

  • Dear Mr. Ried,—I know the names of all the boys, and inclose you a list.

    Ester Ried Yet Speaking

    Isabella Alden

  • I inclose you some poetic bagatelles of my late composition.

  • I inclose you a few lines I composed on a late melancholy occasion.

  • I inclose a copy of the answer, if not too long for your pages.

  • I inclose a sketch in colored chalk of your steamer, which he has just completed.

    Dear Enemy

    Jean Webster


British Dictionary definitions for inclose

inclose

verb
  1. a less common spelling of enclose
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Derived Formsinclosable, adjectiveincloser, nouninclosure, noun
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