English words and Examples of Usage

use "enclose" in a sentence

Fold the dough over the butter to enclose, and pinch the edges of the dough together.

It was not until the assassination of John F. Kennedy that the American Congress enacted a law making it a federal crime to kill the President. enclose

in no way enclose his unbounded cosmic awareness.

Also only here, white paint or slip were used to enclose or fill ornamental motifs.

Enclose your resume in this envelope and submit it to the personnel department.

These ranges enclose small but very enchanting valleys.

In some genera, this goes as far as to enclose the eggs in a pouch until they hatch.

Brady and Bear Den both converge in a V-shaped formation to enclose the cove to the south.

Four doorways enclose the two-story tomb and to the north, there is a stairway which leads up.

Their form seems to have been determined by the contour of the flat summits which they enclose.

The group of streamlines enclose the green curves ( and ) to form a stream surface.22.

Finally, he neglected to enclose the place where his body was burned except with a low and mean wall.

The prison's walls are feet (0 m) high, feet (0 m) below the surface and feet (0 m) long and enclose acres (0 m 2 ).

Slurry walls are built to enclose the desired area, blocking water and softened earth from flowing into it.22.

The Square Tower has walls of great thickness, and they enclose the well-preserved round tower of the Monastery of Cill Mhór.

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