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Synonyms for enclose

Synonyms for enclose

to surround and advance upon

to confine within a limited area

Synonyms for enclose

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I enclose the money which may be needed for your expenses.
He read the letter through and felt pleased with it, and especially that he had remembered to enclose money: there was not a harsh word, not a reproach in it, nor was there undue indulgence.
Read my letter to him, and then place in his hands the cheque which I enclose.
This thought ran long in my head, and I was exceeding fond of it for some time, the pleasantness of the place tempting me; but when I came to a nearer view of it, I considered that I was now by the seaside, where it was at least possible that something might happen to my advantage, and, by the same ill fate that brought me hither might bring some other unhappy wretches to the same place; and though it was scarce probable that any such thing should ever happen, yet to enclose myself among the hills and woods in the centre of the island was to anticipate my bondage, and to render such an affair not only improbable, but impossible; and that therefore I ought not by any means to remove.
I enclose you here a bill for #50 for clearing yourself at your lodgings, and carrying you down, and hope it will be no surprise to you to add, that on this account only, and not for any offence given me on your side, I can see you no more.
A little further on, I found the older and smaller wall, which used to enclose the pent-up inner prison where nobody was put, except for ceremony.
And they must be coped with to some extent, because they all enclose documents (they call their scraps documents; but they are, as to papers deserving the name, what minced veal is to a calf), the non-return of which would be their ruin.
A solemn consideration, when I enter a great city by night, that every one of those darkly clustered houses encloses its own secret; that every room in every one of them encloses its own secret; that every beating heart in the hundreds of thousands of breasts there, is, in some of its imaginings, a secret to the heart nearest it
Materials have a functional, maritime rigour - the steel structure is partnered with a hardwood deck and handrails, and perforated stainless-steel cladding panels enclose the stair and lift towers.
At the north end, a small service block wraps around a walled garden courtyard to enclose the largest Mesquite tree.
Inspired by nature but brought into being by technology, the quest to enclose the greatest area with the maximum structural efficiency has reached new heights of spatial and tectonic drama.
v) the party should enclose self attested copies of two similar
to permanently enclose the project, in which sewage sludge, grass clippings and plant waste would be piled into windrows 7 feet tall, 18 feet wide and 850 feet long.
Mathematicians have long known that the circle is the shortest way to enclose a region of a given area and that the sphere is the most efficient way to enclose a given volume.
Planning commissioners wanted BioGro to enclose the compost piles, which is what the project's critics had sought out of concern that strong desert winds would blow sludge particles off the property.