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en·close
[en-klohz]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [EN·CLOSED, EN·CLOS·ING.]
1.
to shut or hem in; close in on all sides: a valley enclosed by tall mountains.
2.
to surround, as with a fence or wall: to enclose land.
3.
to insert in the same envelope, package, or the like: He enclosed a check. A book was sent with the bill enclosed.
4.
to hold or contain: His letter enclosed a check.
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Enclosure (sometimes inclosure) was the legal process in England of enclosing a number of small landholdings to create one larger farm. Once enclosed, use of ...

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Enclose definition, to shut or hem in; close in on all sides: a valley enclosed by tall mountains. See more.

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Define enclose: to close in : surround; to fence off (common land) for individual use; to hold in : confine — enclose in a sentence.

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enclose meaning, definition, what is enclose: to surround something: . Learn more.

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Definition of enclose - surround or close off on all sides, place (something) in an envelope together with a letter.

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From Middle English enclosen, inclosen, from Middle English enclos, from Old French enclose, feminine plural past participle of enclore. Equivalent to en- +‎ ...