Definition of Enchases

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enchase) ¹



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Definition of Enchases

1. enchase [v] - See also: enchase

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enchases

enchantour
enchantress
enchantresses
enchants
encharge
encharged
encharges
encharging
encharm
encharmed
encharms
enchase
enchased
enchaser
enchasers
enchases (current term)
enchasing
enchasten
enchastened
enchastening
enchastens
enchaunt
enchauntour
enchauntress
encheason
encheasons
encheer
encheered
encheers
enchesoun

Literary usage of Enchases

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1. Commentaries on the Law of Bailments: With Illustrations from the Civil and by Joseph Story, James Schouler (1878)
"To carry jewels safely may be a far more valuable service, and require far more vigilance, than to clean the gold which enchases them. ..."

2. The Animal Kingdom Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization by Georges Cuvier, Edward Griffith, Charles Hamilton Smith, Edward Pidgeon, John Edward Gray, George Robert Gray (1830)
"... and which, also ossifying and uniting itself to the maxillary bone and to the nut, become osseous, enchases or sets the tooth with new force. ..."

3. Resolves, Divine, Moral and Political by Owen Felltham (1820)
"But however this ¬Ľnay be, virtue and true nobleness is the true crown of honour; it enamels and enchases what is gold, and gilds what is not, ..."

4. Poets of the Younger Generation by William Archer (1902)
"He takes this common pebble of the highway and so cunningly enchases it that we would not exchange it for an orient pearl of speech. ..."

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