Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for inclosure

something (usually a supporting document) that is enclosed in an envelope with a covering letter

the act of enclosing something inside something else

References in classic literature ?
Two months had come and gone before the convalescent in the Sacramento hospital was identified with Kirkman, the absconding San Francisco clerk; even then, there must elapse nearly a fortnight more till the perfect stranger could be hunted up, the portmanteau recovered, and John's letter carried at length to its destination, the seal still unbroken, the inclosure still intact.
Occasionally, they were surrounded by small inclosures of wormwood, about three feet high, which gave them a cottage-like appearance.
said a playful voice from under the ample inclosures of the hood, “ than to kill deer with a smooth-bore.
And while "Red Wing" screeched its cheap and pretty rhythm, he reclined elbow on deck, smoked his cigar, and gathered Jerry into caressing inclosure.
Considering the value of the inclosure, might he feel justified in wetting the gum and securing the envelope for safety's sake?
It led into a desolate inclosure, half garden, half yard.
A cold spring bubbled from the base of a rocky formation which overhung and partially encircled a small inclosure.
An inclosure fell out of it--to which, for the moment, I paid no attention.
He went on to a walnut-tree planted in the middle of the inclosure, with a wooden bench and a broad strip of turf running round it.
Miss Bray expects an inclosure perhaps,' said Nicholas, speaking very distinctly, and with an emphasis she could scarcely misunderstand.
There was no inclosure or fence of any kind; but there had been one apparently, for near the house half-a-dozen slim posts remained in a row, roughly trimmed, and with their upper ends orna- mented with round carved balls.
To avoid being seen from the windows I went down a quiet little avenue that skirted one side of the inclosure, at the bottom of which was a seat embowered in roses and honeysuckles.
Between four and five in the afternoon--when the women of the Western regions are in their carriages, and the men are at their clubs--London presents few places more conveniently adapted for purposes of private talk than the solitary garden inclosure of a square.
It was often rumoured that he was to be turned out and his cottage pulled down, but somehow it never came to pass; and his pigs and cow went grazing on the common, and his geese hissed at the passing children and at the heels of the horse of my lord's steward, who often rode by with a covetous eye on the inclosure still unmolested.
Chopper received a note brought by Captain Dobbin's man, and containing an inclosure for Mr.