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Definition of Enclose


  1. To inclose. See Inclose.

Enclose Quotations

The painter must enclose himself within his work; he must respond not with words, but with paintings.
Paul Cezanne

Home is any four walls that enclose the right person.
Helen Rowland

Have not prisons - which kill all will and force of character in man, which enclose within their walls more vices than are met with on any other spot of the globe - always been universities of crime?
Peter Kropotkin

They are unique in the simplicity, the diversity, the related harmony of the forms of life that they enclose.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Why can I write 'South' with some assurance that you'll know I mean Richmond and don't mean Phoenix? What is it that the South's boundaries enclose?
John Shelton Reed
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Enclose Translations

enclose in Dutch is omsluiten
enclose in French is enserrer, enserrent, enserrez, enferment, enclosez
enclose in Italian is allegare, accludere, circondare, rinchiudere
enclose in Latin is arceo, includo, coerceo
enclose in Norwegian is inneslutte, innhenge, vedlegge
enclose in Portuguese is inclua
enclose in Spanish is circundar, contener, encerrar
enclose in Swedish is bifoga, innesluta
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