ex-closure

exclosure

[ik-skloh-zher]
noun
an area protected against intruders, as by fences.

Origin:
1915–20; ex-1 + -closure, modeled on enclosure

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exclosure (ɪkˈskləʊʒə)
 
n
an area of land, esp in a forest, fenced round to keep out unwanted animals

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