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[in-klohz] /ɪnˈkloʊz/
verb (used with object), inclosed, inclosing.
Related forms
incloser, noun
self-inclosed, adjective
uninclosed, adjective Unabridged
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Examples from the web for inclose
  • The intake tunnel will be constructed with the use of explosives and is inclose proximity to the existing dam.
  • The equipment should be installed inclose proximity to easily accessible electrical outlet and telephone wall connector.
  • It was explained that the area is large enough to all for both a staging and project area inclose proximity to one another.
  • Most calculated and measured alkalinities for samples with positive alkalinities were inclose agreement.
  • Drive-through use stacking lanes are discouraged inclose proximity to residential uses, existing or planned.
  • The construction plans indicate that the new waterline will be installed inclose proximity to an existing waterline.
  • Each site is located inclose proximity to a climate station.
  • Patient clinical rooms and residential neighborhoods are inclose proximity to this areaway.
British Dictionary definitions for inclose


verb (transitive)
to close; hem in; surround
to surround (land) with or as if with a fence
to put in an envelope or wrapper, esp together with a letter
to contain or hold
Derived Forms
enclosable, inclosable, adjective
encloser, incloser, noun


a less common spelling of enclose
Derived Forms
inclosable, adjective
incloser, noun
inclosure, noun
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