encase[ en-keys ]SEE DEFINITION OF encase
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENCASE
In 1870 it was customary to encase the sandwiches in pressed sole leather.
Angelo cut a stout cloth to encase each of her feet, and bound them in it.
They encase it in propolis, which preserves it from putrefaction.
The true method is to encase the building in a network of rods, when it will take its charge quietly like a Leyden jar.
Her patient fairly off her hands, Mona seemed to encase herself with a cold reserve, as in a shell.
Dick was building an electric heating unit to encase the entire tube, which could be regulated for any desired temperature.
They also encase almost the entire body in a wooden and leathern armor.
Dante may build up his great triple universe in his great triple rhyme, and encase it in walls of brass.
Next estimate the number of thousands of feet board measure of forms required to encase the concrete to be placed in a day.
Sew up tight, tie up the legs, and encase the body with strong twine, wrapped around to hold the wings to the body.