He was encasing himself in tarpaulins, and appeared not to hear me.
The boots were neat, well rounded and well cut, encasing a jaunty leg.
With sulphur it forms a sulphide which draws together into almost harmless drops, instead of encasing the grains of iron.
The turning and encasing of yewen wood, brass-bound water-jars is a flourishing manufacture at Osse.
(p. 201) The hool is the pod of a pea—poor Lizzie's heart almost leapt out of its encasing sheath.
War is a muddy business, encasing the body in dirt, and caking over the soul.
Instead of breeches and top-boots, Mr Smythje fancied he had improved upon the costume, by encasing his limbs in long trousers.
By encasing a heavy flywheel in sheet iron so as to present a smooth surface to the atmosphere, M. Ingliss has saved 4.8 per cent.
An attempt was made in the last century to mask their ugliness by encasing them in Gothic work of carved wood.
Triple beams of heavy oak with layers of sand and cork between them were used for encasing these huge hulks.