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ENCLOSED

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 Dictionary entry overview: What does enclosed mean? 

ENCLOSED (adjective)
  The adjective ENCLOSED has 1 sense:

1. closed in or surrounded or included within

  Familiarity information: ENCLOSED used as an adjective is very rare.


 Dictionary entry details 


ENCLOSED (adjective)


Sense 1enclosed [BACK TO TOP]

Meaning:

Closed in or surrounded or included within

Context examples:

an enclosed porch / an enclosed yard / the enclosed check is to cover shipping and handling

Similar:

basined (enclosed in a basin)

engulfed; enveloped; swallowed (completely enclosed or swallowed up)

enwrapped (enclosed or enveloped in something immaterial)

fenced (enclosed by a fence)

fencelike (resembling a fence)

fogbound (so enveloped in fog that it is not safe to move about)

included (enclosed in the same envelope or package)

involved (enveloped)

self-enclosed (of self-imposed enclosure or confinement)

encircled (enclosed within a circle)

embowered (enclosed or sheltered in or as if in a bower)

besieged (surrounded by hostile forces)

boxed; boxed in; boxed-in (enclosed in or as if in a box)

capsulate; capsulated (used of seeds or spores that are enclosed in a capsule)

clathrate (designating or relating to a compound in which one component is physically enclosed within the crystal structure of another)

closed; closed in (blocked against entry)

coarctate ((of an insect pupa) enclosed in a rigid case)

confined; fenced in; penned (enclosed by a confining fence)

embedded (enclosed firmly in a surrounding mass)

encircled; surrounded (confined on all sides)

Antonym:

unenclosed (not closed in our surrounded or included)


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