Definition of Encases

1. Verb. (third-person singular of encase) ¹



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Definition of Encases

1. encase [v] - See also: encase

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Encases

encapture
encaptured
encaptures
encapturing
encarditis
encarnalize
encarnalized
encarnalizes
encarnalizing
encarpus
encarpuses
encase
encased
encases (current term)
encash
encashable
encashed
encashes
encashing
encashment
encashments
encasing
encatarrhaphy
encauma
encaustic
encaustics
encave
encaved

Literary usage of Encases

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1. The Doctrine of the Resurrection of the Body Asserted and Defended: In by Robert Wharton Landis (1846)
"It encases the spirit while it is in the body; it encases it at its discharge from the body; and it encases it after it has left the body. ..."

2. A Theoretical and practical treatise on midwifery: Including the Diseases of by Pierre Cazeaux (1857)
"... or frame, which encases it, just as the turgid conjunctiva surrounds the cornea in chemosis. These two species may cither be partial or complete : the ..."

3. The Medical Times and Gazette (1875)
"You may rectify your error, however, by observing that the lymph closely encases the medulla, which, of course, it could not do if it were in the arachnoid ..."

4. A Treatise on artificial limbs with rubber hands and feet by A. A. Marks (1896)
"The thigh piece encases the thigh and the knee-joints support the knee. ... The structure consists of a socket that encases the leg, knee joints that ..."

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