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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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Related Words for inclosed

inhibit, narrow, decrease, shorten, reduce, restrain, impede, diminish, curb, regulate, hamper, define, circle, enclose, surround, meet, agree, encompass, envelop, cramp

Examples from the Web for inclosed

Historical Examples of inclosed

  • Forward the inclosed—it is the key of my desk—to the office—by hand.

    Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit

    Charles Dickens

  • If you are, the inclosed poem will not be altogether new to you.

  • This language and the inclosed verses are for your Ladyship's eye alone.

  • It was inclosed by trunks of trees thirty feet high set in the ground.

  • The spores are inclosed in these sacs, usually eight in a sac.


British Dictionary definitions for inclosed

inclose

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