enclosure

[ en-kloh-zher ]SEE DEFINITION OF enclosure

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENCLOSURE

Within all that enclosure there seemed no one possessed of any calm.

Moving from enclosure to enclosure of box, she came, before she knew it, to the house itself.

The enclosure now existing has no reference to the outlines of the intrenchment.

The enclosure was very hot and stuffy; there was a smell of dust and straw.

He offered the letter and its enclosure to Cornelius and Sir Ulick.

The carriage drove through the high gateway into the enclosure.

In the enclosure were a few hurried lines, written since the catastrophe.

"Here's your ticket for the enclosure," he said, giving one to the Marchesino.

By 1490 statesmen were already alarmed at the progress made by enclosure.

They were the roses of the mill; with Therese's assistance he must have pillaged the bushes in the enclosure.

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