|to expurgate (a written work) by removing or modifying passages considered vulgar or objectionable.|
|to chew (food) slowly and thoroughly.|
|Compare exclave a part of a country entirely surrounded by foreign territory: viewed from the position of the surrounding territories|
|[C19: from French, from Old French enclaver to enclose, from Vulgar Latin inclāvāre (unattested) to lock up, from Latin |
enclave en·clave (ěn'klāv', ŏn'-)
A detached mass of tissue enclosed in tissue of another kind.