circumscript

circumscript

[sur-kuhm-skript]
adjective
1.
Rare. limited or confined.
2.
Obsolete. enclosed or encompassed.

Origin:
1640–50; < Latin circumscrīptus, past participle of circumscrībere to circumscribe; see circum-, script

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