Definition of "enclosure"
  1. A specific piece of land demarcated by physical signs like a fence, wall, hedge, or ditch that may or may not align with its legal boundaries, potentially leading to legal disputes
How to use "enclosure" in a sentence
  1. The farmhouse had an enclosure, marked by a wooden fence, for keeping livestock.
  2. She planted a row of shrubs as an enclosure to separate her yard from the neighbor's.
  3. Discrepancies between the enclosure marked by a ditch and the legally outlined boundary led to a dispute between the property owners.

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