to surround completelyThe land was enclosed by an eight-foot wire fence.
The church was surrounded by a rusted wrought-iron fence.
This is the ring road that circles the city.
the trees that bounded the car park
She wrapped the baby in a blanket.
They intend to fence in about 100 acres of land.
The cattle had been milked and penned for the night.
sweeping lawns hedged with floribundas
He has been confined to his barracks.
Egypt is encompassed by the Mediterranean, Sudan, the Red Sea and Libya.
encircle, , , , , , ,
A forty-foot-high concrete wall encircles the jail.
to include along with something elsePlease enclose a copy of your CV.
The trip was extended to include a few other events.
The small bottles don't seem to hold much.
Factory shops contain a wide range of cheap furnishings.
a theory that would embrace the whole field of human endeavour
The new cars will incorporate a number of major improvements.
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in the sense of bound
to form a boundary ofthe trees that bounded the car park
in the sense of circle
to enclose in a circleThis is the ring road that circles the city.
Video: pronunciation of 'enclose'
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Life on the edge
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