We are no better than you, what we inclose you inclose, what we enjoy you may enjoy.
Dear Mr. Ried,—I know the names of all the boys, and inclose you a list.
I inclose it, and have marked with red ink the passage which struck me dumb.
I inclose you a few lines I composed on a late melancholy occasion.
The name of the vessel and the time of starting are on the list which I inclose.
I inclose a sketch in colored chalk of your steamer, which he has just completed.
The words hide a world of meaning: they inclose the secret of the Hundred Days.
You will find all three in my bedroom, the key of which I inclose.
Amber also appears to have a high value put upon it, especially pieces which inclose insects.
She might, indeed, inclose her letters to their several postmasters.