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Definition of "encased" []

  • To place or enclose in or as if in a case (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of encase. (verb)

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Use "encased" in a sentence
  • "Well, it seems Count Rumford also has his name encased in this sponge cake based, meringue topped insulated ice cream dish."
  • "He would then in return at a later date with at least one accomplice -- in at least some cases believed to have been Gary or Shaheed -- and a large amount of counterfeit coins encased in an intricate wrapping, Bianchi said."
  • "The files all had tiny labels encased in plastic tabs arranged so they made a neat diagonal from left to right."