inclose

[in-klohz]
verb (used with object), inclosed, inclosing.

incloser, noun
self-inclosed, adjective
uninclosed, adjective
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enclose or inclose (ɪnˈkləʊz)
 
vb
1.  to close; hem in; surround
2.  to surround (land) with or as if with a fence
3.  to put in an envelope or wrapper, esp together with a letter
4.  to contain or hold
 
inclose or inclose
 
vb
 
en'closable or inclose
 
adj
 
in'closable or inclose
 
adj
 
en'closer or inclose
 
n
 
in'closer or inclose
 
n

inclose (ɪnˈkləʊz)
 
vb
a less common spelling of enclose
 
in'closable
 
adj
 
in'closer
 
n
 
in'closure
 
n

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Example sentences
The intake tunnel will be constructed with the use of explosives and is inclose proximity to the existing dam.
Most calculated and measured alkalinities for samples with positive alkalinities were inclose agreement.
Patient clinical rooms and residential neighborhoods are inclose proximity to this areaway.
The equipment should be installed inclose proximity to easily accessible
  electrical outlet and telephone wall connector.
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