Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To inclose in or as in a case; cover or surround with something.
- v. alternative spelling of encase.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. if; supposing that; in the event or contingency; if it should happen that.
- v. To inclose in a case; to inclose; to cover or surround with something solid.
- adv. if there happens to be need
- v. enclose in, or as if in, a case
- From in- + case. (Wiktionary)
“McCain incase your forget THE USA IS fighting two wars one that was an unnessary war.”
“I have good Health insurance just incase is low cost because we perfect Health.”
“Im gonna spectorlate that they want Bolton in incase they lose the Senate.”
“Ok. ive been told that to get deployed u have to have a brother to carry your name incase you die?”
“Ok. ive been told that to get deployed u have to have a brother to carry your name incase you die? en Español”
“Great shot, when attempting this, better make sure you still have a buck tag incase your not as accurate as this guy was.”
“My second in command, says he wants to let you know his name incase you ever come across him, though I wish he would get the Balls to write to you himself ....”
“At the same time they were hacking up CBD streets for hundreds of hire bicycles to 'green the city'...which nobody uses because most of the hills throughout the city require olympic fitness in sweltering heat and or driving rain..oh and no one just happens to ever carry a bike helmet incase they want to hire a bike...the cops fine you $75 if caught on a bike without one.”
“That is why it is best to have help if available or at least notify someone of your location incase of accident.”
“I always take mine with me I just mute it and throw it in a zip top bag incase of emergencies.”
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