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en•com•pass



Pronunciation: (en-kum'pus), [key]
v.t.
1. to form a circle about; encircle; surround: He built a moat to encompass the castle.
2. to enclose; envelop: The folds of a great cloak encompassed her person.
3. to include comprehensively: a work that encompasses the entire range of the world's religious beliefs.
4. Obs.to outwit.

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