enclose|enclosed|encloses|enclosing in English
[en·close || ɪn'kləʊz]
surround, confine, close in; place an additional document or letter within anothe
Use "enclose|enclosed|encloses|enclosing" in a sentence
1. We enclose ( are enclosing ) a price list for our exportable items.
2. Calyx encloses an unopened flower bud.
3. An unspoilt coral reef encloses the bay.
4. The heavily granulated cytoplasma encloses numerous amylopectin granules.
5. Encloses code added to generated wrapper file verbatim.
6. 1 An unspoilt coral reef encloses the bay.
7. Encloses safe protection magic eye to avoid the danger of colliding.
8. To hold within limits ; enclose .
9. If the string is enclosed in two pairs of double quotes, the first pair is considered to enclose a null string, and the rest of the string is discarded.
10. Please enclose a self - addressed envelope.
11. I enclose three documents herewith.
12. Enclosed Alphanumerics
13. 1 We are enclosing a copy of...
14. A protective fluid - filled amniotic sac encloses and cushions the fetus.
15. I'll enclose his letter with mine.
16. I enclose a check for $400.
17. I'll enclose your letter with mine.
18. She felt his arms enclose her.
19. We enclose herewith an inquiry sheet.
20. Don't forget to enclose an sae.
21. Please enclose £ plus £2 for postage.
22. Farmers often enclose their land with hedges.
23. Enclosing, sealing, postage and calculating of mail
24. We are enclosing here an inquiry sheet.
25. 16 We are enclosing a copy of...