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Spell check of encompass

Correct spelling: encompass

Synonyms:
fence, hide, bosom, comprehend, begird, hold, hem, confine, embrace, enswathe, compensate, enshroud, handle, open, environ, hatch, cut through, dig, incorporate, continue, underwrite, impound, cocoon, embody, bower, sweep up, report, address, overlay, pass over, embosom, include, gird, add on, wrap, engirdle, wreathe, embower, trap, imprison, cage, track, squeeze, hedge, compass, circle, compose, traverse, take in, spread over, entangle, encircle, wed, cut across, lap, envelop, kettle, cover, circumfuse, surround, invest, build in, overcompensate, mantle, edge, veil, deal, grasp, girt, corral, grok, band, enmesh, subsume, brood, extend, hem in, belt, get the picture, comprise, shroud, integrate, cincture, entail, swathe, enclose, hug, ring, wrap up, apprehend, count in, get over, savvy, perceive, treat, cross, beset, espouse, carry, involve, get across, plow, girdle, breed, number, marry, have, incubate, contain, engird, engulf, enwrap, muffle, cover up, adopt, insure.

Antonyms:
prevent, omit, except, bar, rule out, reject, eliminate, strip, leave, exclude, misplace, mislay, prohibit, refuse, denude, preclude, ban, bare, lose, deny, debar, expose.

Examples of usage:

1) A century from this date, Orleans, like London, will reach out her arms and encompass within her limits every town and hamlet for miles around. - "Eight days in New Orleans in February, 1847", Albert James Pickett.

2) It is said that the walls which encompass the town formerly embraced three or four times the present area, but they were contracted to the present dimensions during the sovereignty of the Arabs, to make them more easy of defense when besieged by an invading enemy. - "The Story of Malta", Maturin M. Ballou.

3) Now clouds of smoke encompass both Turks and Christians. - "The Story of Malta", Maturin M. Ballou.

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