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Definition of Encompass

Encompass

  1. To circumscribe or go round so as to surround closely; to encircle; to inclose; to environ; as, a ring encompasses the finger; an army encompasses a city; a voyage encompassing the world.

Encompass Quotations

I kept on trying to use so many media and ideas in my work because our horizon is so vast and Indian culture is so rich that I think what we are today, culturally, we have a unique position and I don't think one lifetime is enough to encompass it.
M. F. Husain

True love does not only encompass the things that make you feel good, it also holds you to a standard of accountability.
Monica Johnson

Globalization is simply opening the free marketplace to encompass the entire world.
P. J. O'Rourke

It is not enough for me to ask question; I want to know how to answer the one question that seems to encompass everything I face: What am I here for?
Abraham Joshua Heschel

As the earth spins through space, a view from above the North Pole would encompass most of the wealth of the world - most of its food, productive machines, doctors, engineers and teachers. A view from the opposite pole would encompass most of the world's poor.
Barry Commoner
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Encompass Translations

encompass in French is cerner, cernez, cernons, cernent
encompass in German is umgeben
encompass in Italian is circondare
encompass in Latin is complexo
encompass in Spanish is rodear, circundar
encompass in Swedish is omgiva
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