Definition of Inclosers

1. Noun. (plural of incloser) ¹



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Definition of Inclosers

1. incloser [n] - See also: incloser

Lexicographical Neighbors of Inclosers

inclinnation
inclinnometer
inclinometer
inclinometers
inclip
inclipped
inclipping
inclips
incloister
incloistered
incloistering
incloisters
inclose
inclosed
incloser
inclosers
incloses
inclosing
inclosure
inclosures
incloud
inclouded
inclouding
inclouds
includability
includable
include
include me out
included
includes

Literary usage of Inclosers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Treatise on Leases: Explaining the Nature, Form, and Effect of the by Robert Bell, William Bell (1826)
"39, in favours of Planters and Inclosers of Ground. Our Sovereign Lord, with advice and consent of the Estates of this present Parliament, ..."

2. Reading Records: Diary of the Corporation by J. M. Guilding (1896)
"Resolved that the Company will assist the freeholders of Goringe parish in taking a speedie and effectuall course in lawe against the inclosers of Goring ..."

3. Diary of the Corporation by J. M. Guilding (1896)
"Resolved that the Company will assist the freeholders of Goringe parish in taking a speedie and effectuall course in lawe against the inclosers of Goring ..."

4. The English Historical Review by Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, John Goronwy Edwards (1893)
"Of the 125 Norfolk inclosers,' he says, ' we know from other sources that five were probably copyholders. Fourteen were tenants, whether by lease or ..."

5. The Camden Miscellany by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"Sur que fuit direct al lerned councell: que le plus notorious inclosers in ... et enormous inclosers quils submitt eux al roy, et redresse le offence ..."

6. The Domesday of Inclosures, 1517-1518: Being the Extant Returns to Chancery by Royal Historical Society (Great Britain), Great Britain Court of Chancery, Great Britain Commissioners of Inclosures, 1517-1518, Isaac Saunders Leadam (1897)
"The lay inclosers to pasture also were more active than the ecclesiastical, their rate of progress being 88-87 per cent., as contrasted with 45-4 percent. ..."

7. Social Changes in England in the Sixteenth Century as Reflected in by Edward Potts Cheyney (1895)
"Inclosers verifie this by their ... on thornes and hedges, which did eate off all the leaves of them in summer, may they not seeme to condemne Inclosers ? ..."

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