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  • Encompass | Definition of Encompass at Dictionary. com
    Encompass definition, to form a circle about; encircle; surround: He built a moat to encompass the castle See more
  • Encompassment - definition of . . . - The Free Dictionary
    tr v en·com·passed, en·com·pass·ing, en·com·pass·es 1 To form a circle or ring around; encircle 2 To enclose; envelop: "The blackness of the eternal night encompassed me" (Edgar Allan Poe) 3 To have as part of something larger; include: a galaxy encompassing billions of stars See Synonyms at include
  • Encompassment dictionary definition | encompassment defined
    encompassment Noun The act of surrounding, or the state of being surrounded Origin encompass +‎ -ment English Wiktionary
  • Encompassment | Definition of Encompassment by Oxford . . .
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  • What does encompassment mean? definition, meaning and . . .
    Dictionary entry details • ENCOMPASSMENT (noun) Sense 1 Meaning: Including entirely Classified under: Nouns denoting stable states of affairs Hypernyms ("encompassment" is a kind of ): inclusion (the state of being included) Derivation: encompass (include in scope; include as part of something broader; have as one's sphere or territory)
  • encompassment definition | English definition dictionary . . .
    encompass vb tr 1 to enclose within a circle; surround 2 to bring about; cause to happen; contrive he encompassed the enemy's ruin 3 to include entirely or comprehensively this book encompasses the whole range of knowledge ♦ encompassment n English Collins Dictionary - English Definition Thesaurus
  • encompassment - Wiktionary
    encompassment ( countable and uncountable, plural encompassments ) The act of surrounding, or the state of being surrounded quotations c 1599–1602, William Shakespeare, “ The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke ”, in Mr William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, Tragedies: Published According to the True Originall Copies ( First Folio ), London: Printed by Isaac Iaggard, and Ed [ward] Blount, published 1623, OCLC 606515358, [Act II, scene i]:
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    noun addition admittance composition comprisal embodiment embracement encompassment formation incorporation
  • Encompass definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary
    Word forms: encompasses, encompassing, encompassed 1 transitive verb If something encompasses particular things, it includes them His repertoire encompassed everything from Bach to Schoenberg
  • Encompass | Definition of Encompass by Merriam-Webster
    Definition of encompass transitive verb 1 a : include, comprehend a plan that encompasses a number of aims b : envelop 2 a : to form a circle about : enclose b obsolete : to go completely around 3 : bring about, accomplish encompass a task

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