n. The act of inclosing, or the state of being inclosed.n. The separation and appropriation of land by means of a fence; hence, the appropriation of things common; reduction to private possession.n. That which incloses; anything that environs, encompasses, or incloses within limits.n. That which is inclosed or shut in;a space or an object surrounded or enveloped. Specificallyn. A tract of land surrounded by a fence, hedge, or equivalent protection, together with such fence or hedge.n. A letter or paper inclosed with another in an envelop. See Inclose, 2.