1. enclosed

adjective. ['ɛnˈkloʊzd, ɪnˈkloʊzd'] closed in or surrounded or included within.


  • fencelike
  • basined
  • closed
  • encircled
  • included
  • boxed
  • closed in
  • besieged
  • boxed-in
  • surrounded
  • embedded
  • boxed in
  • capsulate
  • clathrate
  • involved
  • coarctate
  • capsulated


  • unobstructed
  • open
  • unsealed
  • receptive

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Rhymes with Enclosed

  • misdiagnosed
  • undisclosed
  • superimposed
  • predisposed
  • overexposed
  • juxtaposed
  • transposed
  • decomposed
  • reimposed
  • foreclosed
  • disclosed
  • unopposed
  • proposed
  • exposed
  • disposed
  • composed
  • supposed
  • imposed
  • deposed
  • opposed
  • posed
  • nosed
  • hosed
  • dozed

Sentences with enclosed

1. Verb, past tense
Female roaches lay up to 50 eggs at a time, all of them enclosed in one egg case.

2. Adjective
Separate him from his mother and make sure both he a safe, enclosed area to inhabit.

3. Verb, past participle
Soredia are microscopic particles that are made up of several algal cells enclosed in a fungus hyphae.

Quotes about enclosed

1. I am running after you, and life, in desperate pursuit. My dream is that someday you will both turn and let me catch you. That dream carries me through every night... I have enclosed a hundred kisses in this letter. You must count them out carefully and not lose any.
- Lisa Kleypas, Seduce Me at Sunrise

2. I wish every envelope enclosed a love letter. It’s this hope that leads me to open strangers’ mail. So you see, I’m a romantic, not an NSA employee.
- Jarod Kintz, Love quotes for the ages. Specifically ages 18-81.

3. Enclosed within the tyranny of our minds and there is where we are lost.
- Robert Dodson

2. self-enclosed

adjective. of self-imposed enclosure or confinement.


  • open