Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being enclosed.

Etymologies

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enclose +‎ -able

Examples

  • Seven meters in width, four walls of white stone rose sheer to a low-pitched roof of such height that each side was seen as enclosable in a golden rectangle.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • If a farmer would only realize that the contents of a circle represent the maximum of space enclosable in a given perimeter, and that a circle is merely a function of its own radius, what a lot of time he would save.

    Frenzied Fiction

  • There is an enclosable V.I.P. lounge on the upper level, three full-service bars, a first-floor DJ booth, and catering is available.

    BizBash National News

  • The first floor up would be reached by an spiral iron staircase, enclosable at its top by a trap door.

    Orangeville

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