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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of encompass.

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Examples

  • For Greeks such as Alexander, the term encompassed the entire subcontinent, including both modern Pakistan and India.

    Alexander the Great

  • For Greeks such as Alexander, the term encompassed the entire subcontinent, including both modern Pakistan and India.

    Alexander the Great

  • For Greeks such as Alexander, the term encompassed the entire subcontinent, including both modern Pakistan and India.

    Alexander the Great

  • Apple said at the time that the term encompassed "retail store services featuring computer software provided via the Internet and other computer and electronic communication networks," among other things.

    Apple, Microsoft Hire Linguists in App Feud

  • The term encompassed communications that referred "to a clearly identified candidate for Federal office" and was made 30 days before a primary or 60 days before a general election.

    theRacetotheBottom - Headline News

  • The term encompassed communications that referred "to a clearly identified candidate for Federal office" and was made 30 days before a primary or 60 days before a general election.

    theRacetotheBottom - Headline News

  • The term encompassed communications that referred "to a clearly identified candidate for Federal office" and was made 30 days before a primary or 60 days before a general election.

    theRacetotheBottom - Headline News

  • The term encompassed communications that referred "to a clearly identified candidate for Federal office" and was made 30 days before a primary or 60 days before a general election.

    theRacetotheBottom - Headline News

  • This term encompassed artists that incorporated psychedelic production into folk-rock and/or power-pop, eventually forming a tight-knit community in the L.A. area due to its aligning sound.

    Obscure Sound - Indie Music Blog

  • During the Bush years, the designation encompassed not just members of Al Qaeda and the Taliban but also anyone who associated with them, supported them, or supported organizations associated with them, even if unwittingly.

    Blog of Rights: Official Blog of the American Civil Liberties Union

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