Definition of enclosure:
term, limit, hutch, pale, atrium, margin, confines, envelopment, bourn, den, fold, quadrangle, boundary, border, close, cloister, enclosing, information, copy, bowl, place, compound, coliseum, bourne, circular, court, building, walk, dungeon, bound, line, money, park, garden, run, sty, stockade, stadium, crawl, patch, landmark, kennel, plot, inclosure, marge, check, termination, asylum, edge, frontier, vault, verge, pound, coop, quad, questionnaire, marches, natural enclosure, yard, paddock.
- arena (part of speech: noun)
- enclosure (part of speech: noun)
- "NAPOLEON AND BLUCHER", L. Muhlbach.
He did not take the road, but went out through The Cleeve woods, on to the common, by which, had he turned to the left, he might have gone to Orley Farm; but when on the top of the rise from Crutchley Bottom he turned to the right, and putting his horse into a gallop, rode along the open ground till he came to an enclosure into which he leaped.- "Orley Farm", Anthony Trollope.
- "Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes", Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.