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Definition of "encasement" [en•case•ment]

  • The act of encasing or something that encases (noun)
  • The early genetic theory, emboîtement (noun)

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Use "encasement" in a sentence
  • "Disadvantageous are the required corrosion protection measures, such as encasement and lining, since there is a high corrosion probability with insufficient encasement and inadequate protective lining."
  • "Indeed the logical outcome of all such theories is the "encasement" of all succeeding generations within the first germ-cell of the race."
  • "His dick grew harder and felt deliciously squeezed in its bejeweled encasement."