enclosed[ en-klohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF enclosed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENCLOSED
Enclosed is a letter which I wish may be forwarded as soon as possible.
When she arrived at San Francisco she found that the enclosed sheet was missing.
After long hesitation, she enclosed a check to cover expenses.
But I had just finished the enclosed transcription of one I had been writing.
And, above all, enclosed within that frame was a lion heart.
It was enclosed in a pasteboard box, and, when packed, looked just like the parcel of pills.
It contained also the envelope in which Mr. Galloway had enclosed the twenty-pound note.
Very dark were the enclosed cloisters, as they entered by the west gate.
She enclosed a formal refusal of the invitation to the Haberdashers' Assistants' Ball.
I have enclosed you a piece of rhyming ware for your perusal.