For Frances was very tactful, and if she governed with a rod of iron, she was
clever enough to incase it well in silk. Frances Kane's Fortune L. T. Meade.
In case definition, an instance of the occurrence, existence, etc., of something:
Sailing in such a storm was a case of poor judgment. See more.
Define incase. incase synonyms, incase pronunciation, incase translation,
English dictionary definition of incase. vb a variant spelling of encase
inˈcasement n ...
An instance or occurrence of a particular kind or category: a case of mistaken
identity. See Synonyms at example. 2. An occurrence of a disease or disorder: a
1 : if <in case we are surprised, keep by me — Washington Irving>. 2 : as a
precaution against the event that <carries a gun in case he is attacked>. Close
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In case is a phrase that means to do something as a safeguard or precaution.
This can also be used when someone else may have not done something (e.g., ...
Incase or In Case : The aim of this Common Errors in English is to help you avoid
low grades, lost employment opportunities, lost business and titters of ...
Aug 28, 2006 ... I have seen a number of people write incase when they really mean in case.
What's the difference? Incase refers to being enclosed within.
Conjunction. Because event X may occur. I'll take an umbrella, in case it rains. (
i.e. because it may rain later). Preposition. Because of the possibility of. Take an ...