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Enchasing

ɪnˈtʃeɪs

Meanings of Enchasing:

verb

Decorate (a piece of jewellery or work of art) by inlaying, engraving, or carving.

Usage examples:

The caisson ceiling was elaborately decorated with exquisitely enchased mosaic frescos.

Meanings of Enchilada:

noun

A tortilla served with chilli sauce and a filling of meat or cheese.

Usage examples:

But soon, her job at the cafeteria opens her palate to the delights of pastas, pizzas, enchiladas, …

Meanings of Enchiladas:

noun

A tortilla served with chilli sauce and a filling of meat or cheese.

Usage examples:

But soon, her job at the cafeteria opens her palate to the delights of pastas, pizzas, enchiladas, …

Enchiridia

ˌɛnkʌɪˈrɪdɪən

Meanings of Enchiridia:

noun

A book containing essential information on a subject.

Usage examples:

I also wrote a book on faith, hope, and charity, at the request of the person to whom i addressed i…

Enchiridion

ˌɛnkʌɪˈrɪdɪən

Meanings of Enchiridion:

noun

A book containing essential information on a subject.

Usage examples:

I also wrote a book on faith, hope, and charity, at the request of the person to whom i addressed i…

Meanings of Enchiridions:

noun

A book containing essential information on a subject.

Usage examples:

I also wrote a book on faith, hope, and charity, at the request of the person to whom i addressed i…

Meanings of Enchiriridia:

noun

A book containing essential information on a subject.

Usage examples:

I also wrote a book on faith, hope, and charity, at the request of the person to whom i addressed i…

Enchondroma

en.kɒnˈdrəʊ.mə

Meanings of Enchondroma:

noun

A benign tumour (= one that is not likely to cause death) that occurs in bones, especially in the hands and feet

Usage examples:

Typically enchondromas cause no symptoms.

Enchondromas

en.kɒnˈdrəʊ.mə

Meanings of Enchondromas:

noun

A benign tumour (= one that is not likely to cause death) that occurs in bones, especially in the hands and feet

Usage examples:

Typically enchondromas cause no symptoms.

Enchorial

ɪnˈkɔːrɪəl

Meanings of Enchorial:

adjective

Denoting or relating to the kind of language used by ordinary people; colloquial or demotic.

Usage examples:

The enchorial language was not placed on sacred edifices.

Encipher

ɪnˈsʌɪfə

Meanings of Encipher:

verb

Convert (a message or piece of text) into a coded form.

Usage examples:

An enciphered text

Enciphered

ɪnˈsʌɪfə

Meanings of Enciphered:

verb

Convert (a message or piece of text) into a coded form.

Usage examples:

An enciphered text

Enciphering

ɪnˈsʌɪfə

Meanings of Enciphering:

verb

Convert (a message or piece of text) into a coded form.

Usage examples:

An enciphered text

Enciphers

ɪnˈsʌɪfə

Meanings of Enciphers:

verb

Convert (a message or piece of text) into a coded form.

Usage examples:

An enciphered text

Meanings of Encircle:

verb

Form a circle around; surround.

Usage examples:

The town is encircled by fortified walls

Encircled

ɪnˈsɜː.kəl

Meanings of Encircled:

verb

Form a circle around; surround.

Usage examples:

The town is encircled by fortified walls

Encircles

ɪnˈsɜː.kəl

Meanings of Encircles:

verb

Form a circle around; surround.

Usage examples:

The town is encircled by fortified walls

Meanings of Encircling:

verb

Form a circle around; surround.

Usage examples:

The town is encircled by fortified walls

Meanings of Encl:

abbreviation

Enclosed.

Written abbreviation for enclosed or enclosure: used in a business letter to say that one or more documents are included with the letter

Usage examples:

Enc. insurance certificate (2 copies)

Enclasp

ɪnˈklɑːsp

Meanings of Enclasp:

verb

Hold tightly in one's arms.

Usage examples:

Her arms enclasped his neck

Enclasping

ɪnˈklɑːsp

Meanings of Enclasping:

verb

Hold tightly in one's arms.

Usage examples:

Her arms enclasped his neck

Meanings of Enclasps:

verb

Hold tightly in one's arms.

Usage examples:

Her arms enclasped his neck

Enclave

ˈeŋ.kleɪv

Meanings of Enclave:

noun

A portion of territory surrounded by a larger territory whose inhabitants are culturally or ethnically distinct.

Usage examples:

They gave troops a week to leave the coastal enclave

Meanings of Enclaves:

noun

A portion of territory surrounded by a larger territory whose inhabitants are culturally or ethnically distinct.

Usage examples:

They gave troops a week to leave the coastal enclave

Enclitic

ɪnˈklɪtɪk

Meanings of Enclitic:

noun

A word pronounced with so little emphasis that it is shortened and forms part of the preceding word, for example n't in can't.

Usage examples:

With its multitude of vowels and complex systems of inflections and enclitics, navajo is one of the…
adjective

Denoting or relating to an enclitic.

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