Synonyms for Enclose:

n.

hem in, implant, engulf, kettle, embed. besiege, open, hedge, hem. coop, wall, mew, pen. enclose (noun)
enfold, hold in, put in, enwrap, introduce, envelop, wrap, shut in, insert, inclose, confine, stick in.

v.

contact (verb)
enfold, wrap, envelop, enwrap.
contain (verb)
comprise, contain, accommodate, hold, bottle up, receive, stow, include.
encircle (verb)
gird, circle, wreathe.
enclose (verb)
embrace, corral, fence, trap, encompass, cage, surround, confine, cover, imprison, impound, envelop, encircle.
put inside, surround (verb)
enfold, blockade, imprison, coop, corral, cover, hem in, implant, hedge, insert, wrap, set apart, encircle, mew, pen, cage, confine, circle, shut in, immure, include, encompass, lock up, fence, intern, impound, jail.

Other synonyms:

immure, kettle, hem in, mew, embed. hedge, besiege, hem. bottle up
hold in, shut in.
bound
hem in.
encircle
inclose, wreathe.
enwrap
enwrap.
include
build in.

Usage examples for enclose

  1. All you need do is to submit it with a short letter, offering it on the usual royalty basis, and enclose stamps for return, if it is not available. – Writing for Vaudeville by Brett Page
  2. It pleased him to enclose this terrible drama within the four walls of a chamber of tragedy. – Musicians of To-Day by Romain Rolland Commentator: Claude Landi
  3. It was a sanctuary, not like pagan temples, to enclose a visible deity, but an edifice where mortals might worship an unseen Being in the realms above. – Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley