Enclosed [adjective]

Definition of Enclosed:

placed within

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Sentence/Example of Enclosed:

These destinations offer people an escape from cities and enclosed spaces.

The fillings are tucked inside the pastry to create an even, round pie that is completely enclosed, then baked to a crisp and served at room temperature with wedges of lemon for added pop.

This way, I am able to write a more personal note or enclose a donation or memorial check to someone's memory.

They’re designed for foldable portability combined with a comfortable, enclosing fit and feature noise-canceling tech that you can turn on and off with the flip of a switch.

But, despite the legality of indoor service, not every restaurant or diner will feel comfortable making the leap from restaurant patios and backyards to enclosed dining rooms — whether for ethical reasons or the stark realities of the coming cold.

Going into winter, Jupiter plans to transition once again, enclosing his outdoor seating areas and relaunching meal kits as well as online classes.

For example, in Pennsylvania, “naked ballots” — those not enclosed in the required secrecy envelope — are automatically tossed.

However, each of the blocks would not be fully enclosed, allowing for air circulation and a community dining experience similar to that of the transparent cabins.

These transmissions occurred within enclosed spaces that had inadequate ventilation.

The image of thousands of handshakes taking place in an enclosed space is suddenly unnerving.