Thesaurus / enclosures


In most cases, however, the enclosures and depopulation were only partial.

Now I hear with horror of so-called pws played in enclosures where money is taken at the door.

A Civil Servant in BurmaHerbert Thirkel White

Moreover, who gained and who suffered by the enclosures, and to what extent?

Theology, straying from the enclosures of religion, enters the purlieus of philosophy, and in some cases exacts stiff definitions.

InstigationsEzra Pound

He hemmed the beasts into valleys and enclosures where he could be sure to find them again.

In hunting game the Indians usually erected pens or enclosures, into which the beasts were driven and slaughtered.

On October 15th the last of his enclosures to Jefferson is written.

As we get nearer we see kraals, or enclosures, close to the railway line, and on a siding some empty cattle-trucks ready.

The magazines were by no means empty, and there were cattle, horses, and hogs in adjacent fields and enclosures.

Over it appears the peninsula of Strangford, which consists of enclosures and wood.

A Tour in IrelandArthur Young

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