Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENCLOSES

Here is a letter from mother, and it encloses a letter from dad!

It encloses four acres, and has a large depot for ordnance, arms, &c.

Encloses a draft of a Proclamation for the suspension of hostilities.

The lower part of the bract forms a sheath which encloses the ovary.

On the urn that encloses his ashes should be these words: Liberator of Men.

But how will the artist avoid the corruption of his time which encloses him on all hands?

It encloses a thousand acres belonging to the New Race University.

The membrane of the vesicular nucleus is thin, but firm, and encloses a clear or finely granular mass of nuclein.

Central capsule thin-walled, without oil-globules, four times as broad as the nucleus, which encloses one single nucleolus.

Where man inhabits houses, he also encloses his gods in temples.