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Spell check of enclose

Correct spelling: enclose

innovate, check, chisel in, control, store, inclose, compass, invest, precede, curb, put in, stash away, enshroud, contain, stack away, moderate, circumscribe, sneak in, implant, hold, acquaint, lay in, hold back, hem, chime in, girdle, submit, enter, coop, present, include, gird, circumfuse, besiege, embosom, circle, instal, encage, slip in, ring, set up, insert, receive, conceal, cocoon, bring in, restrain, blockade, break in, hive away, fence, impound, detain, involve, cover, corral, immure, encircle, salt away, intern, butt in, wrap up, roll, envelop, tuck, embed, inject, trap, veil, throw in, jail, lap, interject, lock up, bound, muffle, enfold, encase, mew, mantle, come in, closet, trammel, barge in, close in, open, surround, accommodate, bower, cage, interpose, throttle, liberate, enwrap, shut in, hold in, wreathe, limit, bosom, hedge, shroud, usher in, environ, embower, confine, infix, house, build in, enswathe, stick in, comprise, twine, bring out, wall, picket, stow, restrict, inaugurate, bottle up, set apart, draw in, box, shut up, embrace, imprison, wrap, install, introduce, free, cut in, premise, encompass, wind, swathe, preface, pen.

bare, strip, denude, expose.

Examples of usage:

1) Gebhr thought of a resting place; he wanted only to reach some small valley in which he could construct a zareba, that is, enclose the caravan and horses with a fence of thorny mimosa and acacias, for protection against attacks of wild animals. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) I enclose a postal order for expenses. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

3) No costly oak adorned with art My weary limbs enclose, No friends impart a winding sheet To deck my last repose. - "England in the Days of Old", William Andrews.