Synonyms of enclose
enclose or inclose
1 surroundDictionary • The land was enclosed by an eight-foot wire fence.
surround • The church was surrounded by a rusted wrought-iron fence.
circle • This is the ring road that circles the city.
bound • the trees that bounded the car park
wrap • She wrapped the baby in a blanket.
fence • He intends to fence in about 100 acres of land.
pen • The cattle had been milked and penned for the night.
hedge • sweeping lawns hedged with floribundas
confine • He has been confined to his barracks.
encompass • Egypt is encompassed by the Mediterranean, Sudan, the Red Sea and Libya.
encircle • A forty-foot-high concrete wall encircles the jail.
2 send with • I enclose a cheque for £10.
include • You should include details of all your benefits.
insert • They inserted a clause calling for a popular vote on the issue.
include • The trip was extended to include a few other events.
hold • The small bottles don't seem to hold much.
contain • Factory shops contain a wide range of cheap furnishings.
embrace • a theory that would embrace the whole field of human endeavour
incorporate • The new cars will incorporate a number of major improvements.
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boundIf an area of land is bounded by something, that thing is situated around its edge.
• the trees that bounded the car park
circleIf something circles an object or a place, or circles around it, it forms a circle around it.
• This is the ring road that circles the city.
Thesaurus for enclose from the Collins English Thesaurus