encompass|encompassed|encompasses|encompassing in English
[en·com·pass || ɪn'kʌmpəs]
surround, enclose, hem in, circumscribe
Use "encompass|encompassed|encompasses|encompassing" in a sentence
1. A civilization encompassing the entire continent.
2. Jackson's music has encompassed a broad range of genres.
3. The most magical moments encompass both.
4. His repertoire encompassed everything from Bach to Schoenberg.
5. Global brotherhood is much easier to encompass.
6. SCM encompasses extensive management-control tasks.
7. The Prophet’s mind, his vision encompassed the entire earth.
8. Libby Prison encompassed an entire city block in Richmond.
9. The root zone encompasses all Internet domains.
10. The folds of a great cloak encompassed her person.
11. All business activities are encompassed by the competition rules.
12. The course will encompass physics, chemistry and biology.
13. The Presidio encompasses 400 acres and 848 buildings.
14. 13 Libby Prison encompassed an entire city block in Richmond.
15. The field that encompasses both cryptography and cryptanalysis.
16. The job encompasses a wide range of responsibilities.
17. The property encompasses two mercury mining sites.
18. 7 The candidate was encompassed with a nimbus of fame.
19. He has besieged and encompassed me with bitterness and hardship.
20. Our concern should be much more encompassing.
21. Cincture: The act of encircling or encompassing.
22. 9 The flow diagram should encompass an additional page.
23. This beatitude encompasses the whole message of the Bible.
24. Another all - encompassing list will hold all these rows.
25. This field encompasses many disparate schools of economic thought.