- in·clos·er, noun
- self-in·closed, adjective
- un·in·closed, adjective
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How to use inclose in a sentence
This incloses a card on which is the name of the lady whom you are to take in to dinner.The Complete Bachelor | Walter Germain
The rainbow which incloses the picture on three sides is not the anthropomorphic rainbow.The Mountain Chant, A Navajo Ceremony | Washington Matthews
This delicate vase can not be broken without wasting the precious aromas which it incloses.
They are employed in the working of several mills within the city, which also incloses numerous gardens and orchards.Early Travels in Palestine | Arculf et al.
The tear of the ocean incloses its lustre within itself, and sends forth radiance from within.
British Dictionary definitions for inclose
a less common spelling of enclose
- inclosable, adjective
- incloser, noun
- inclosure, noun
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