Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To encapsulate.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To encapsulate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • G20 =! the world. 20 out of 240 something nations does not a world encapsule.

    G-20 Security – Keep Everyone Out, Even The Participants | My[confined]Space

  • The distinctions of character are really meant to encapsule modes of thought.

    The minority report - Nero Wolfe

  • Feel the love for that person and see the pink cloud totally, and completely, encapsule the person.

    Zolar’s Magick Of Color

  • CAUSE: Hogs consume the eggs that encapsule well matured embryonic worms with their food or drinking water.

    The Veterinarian

  • I think Los Amigos Invisibles encapsule perfectly what the Latino immigrant experience should be.

    NPR Topics: News

  • While that is news, there was also the added comfort of hearing the same wonderful catchphrases encapsule this totally unique event.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The only standard requirement is you do not use inline elements in, but encapsule it in block elements, and paragraphs are splendid for doing that. are rather clear about having or not having a new line on a rendered web page.

    ASP.NET Forums

  • To encapsule their view, to make it available as a concept, they lifted a quote from Marx describing the transition to communism involves.

    Kasama

  • As the sun grazed them, they turned amber as if to encapsule her like that drop of amber Frau Blau wore around her neck on a silver chain; her Dutch great-grandfather had found it in the North Sea: in its center sat a tiny, bone-colored crab that looked as if—any moment—it could crawl out of that translucent drop of amber and up Frau Blau’s neck.

    Stones from the River

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