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arena the building or enclosure housing an arena. [1/4 definitions]
barnyard a yard or fenced area adjacent to a barn, esp. an enclosure for livestock and other farm animals. [1/3 definitions]
boom2 a floating enclosure, made of chains or ropes, that is used to confine floating objects such as boats and timber. [1/5 definitions]
boxing1 an enclosure or casing resembling a box. [1/3 definitions]
bull pen an enclosure for keeping bulls. [1/3 definitions]
cage a boxlike enclosure having some sections covered by wire or bars and used to confine and often to display animals or birds, as at a zoo. [2/4 definitions]
car an enclosure for carrying people, as in an elevator or balloon. [1/3 definitions]
casemate an armored enclosure or compartment, as in a warship or fortress, with openings for guns or artillery.
charcoal solid black carbon resulting from heating wood or other organic substances in a relatively airless enclosure. [1/7 definitions]
coop a cage or enclosure for small animals, esp. birds. [1/3 definitions]
corral a defensive enclosure of vehicles such as wagons. [1/4 definitions]
dock3 an enclosure for the defendant in a criminal trial.
elevator a machine which raises or lifts, esp. a platform or enclosure in a vertical shaft, with its equipment and parts, used to raise and lower people or goods from one level to another in a building. [1/3 definitions]
embrace an enclosure or encirclement. [1/8 definitions]
enceinte2 a wall or fortification, or the area within such an enclosure.
fasten to enclose securely, as in an enclosure or restraint. [1/8 definitions]
fold2 a fenced or walled enclosure where sheep or other domestic animals are kept. [2/4 definitions]
greenhouse a building or enclosure, usu. having a glass roof and walls, for growing and tending plants in a controlled atmosphere.
Holy Ark in Judaism, a cabinet or enclosure in a synagogue, where the scrolls of the Torah are kept.
hot cell an enclosure designed to house radioactive materials in a safe manner so they can be worked on or tested by remote control.
loge a small compartment or enclosure, esp. a theater box. [1/2 definitions]