incase incase  /ɪn ˈkeɪs/

Definition(s):

  • (v) enclose in, or as if in, a case

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. People where convinced they should make the 30 year payment and use the margin as a backup incase they had a rough month.
  2. People where convinced they should make the 30 year payment and use the margin as a backup incase they had a rough month.

News

  • Mac: Incase Leather and Canvas Mini Messenger

    Incase generally makes nice bags, but it hasn’t tried to directly compete with luxe brands. That’s changing with Leather and Canvas Mini Messenger ($150), which shows that the company has the chops to go toe-to-toe with premium accessory makers. The key is the materials: Incase uses pebbled leather and coated canvas for the bag that can hold an 11” or 13” MacBook, plus accessories. ...
    on August 5, 2013     Source: iLounge

Quotes

  1. "We must instill in them a respect for diversity before intolerance has a chance to take root, and a sense of vigilance incase it threatens to do so," Ban said. "We must give them the courage and tools they need to make the right choices and...
    on Jan 27, 2008 By: Ban Ki-moon Source: Xinhua

  2. Asked if he was happy with the Davis Cup team, Bhupathi said, "We don't have an option really. Ideally, I would have loved to have five players two for doubles and three for singles so that incase of an injury the fifth player can come good."
    on Sep 11, 2008 By: Mahesh Bhupathi Source: Press Trust of India

  3. "I will demand that all EU countries follow Italy's example, incase the EU Commission should fail in taking a binding decision," Maroni said.
    on Jan 7, 2010 By: Roberto Maroni Source: Xinhua

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