Enclose vs. Inclosed

Enclose vs. Inclosed — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Enclose and Inclosed

Encloseverb

To surround on all sides; close in

a valley that is enclosed by rugged peaks.

Inclosedverb

To surround on all sides; close in

a valley that is enclosed by rugged peaks.

Encloseverb

To fence in so as to prevent common use

enclosed the pasture.

Inclosedverb

To fence in so as to prevent common use

enclosed the pasture.

Encloseverb

To build or equip with a roof and walls

enclosed the deck for winter use.

Inclosedverb

To build or equip with a roof and walls

enclosed the deck for winter use.
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Encloseverb

To contain, especially so as to envelop or shelter

"Every one of those darkly clustered houses encloses its own secret" (Charles Dickens).

Inclosedverb

To contain, especially so as to envelop or shelter

"Every one of those darkly clustered houses encloses its own secret" (Charles Dickens).

Encloseverb

To insert into the same envelope or package

enclose a check with the order.

Inclosedverb

To insert into the same envelope or package

enclose a check with the order.

Encloseverb

(transitive) To surround with a wall, fence, etc.

to enclose lands

Inclosedverb

Variant of enclose.

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Encloseverb

(transitive) To insert into a container, usually an envelope or package.

Please enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope if you require a reply.

Inclosedadjective

Surrounded.

Encloseverb

(intransitive) To hold or contain.

Inclosedadjective

Contained within something.

Encloseverb

enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering;

Fog enveloped the house

Inclosedverb

simple past tense and past participle of inclose

Encloseverb

close in or confine

Encloseverb

surround completely;

Darkness enclosed him

Encloseverb

introduce;

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