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incluse

[ in-kloos ]
/ ˈɪn klus /
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noun
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Origin of incluse

1375–1425; late Middle English <Latin inclūsus, past participle of inclūdere to enclose, shut in, equivalent to inclūd- (see include) + -tus past participle suffix, with -dt->-s-
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How to use incluse in a sentence

  • Through these apertures the “incluse,” or anker, watched the celebration of mass, and partook of the Holy Communion.

    The Hermits|Charles Kingsley
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