encircled : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v form a circle around
- v bind with something round or circular
- s confined on all sides
the encircled pioneers
- His grave now lies open to the sky, encircled by a delicate, carved marble screen and surrounded by fruit trees full of songbirds.
- Conversely, the Japanese have deliberately put themselves in a spot encircled by hostile possessions.
- It proved to be the "panty typethat is, each thigh was completely encircled with elastic material.
News & Articles
- Anti-G8 activists rally in London banking district
By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - About 100 activists rallied in the shadow of London's Canary Wharf financial district on Friday, encircled by police, in a protest against capitalism before next week's G8 summit in the United Kingdom. Environmentalists, anti-poverty campaigners and women's rights groups waved banners reading "Capitalism = Crisis" and "Power to the People" in the Wharf, home ...
June 14, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
- Groups plant lilies across Lakes Region
Warren Clement had a dream that public places around Lake Winnipesaukee will some day be encircled by planted lilies.
June 12, 2013 - WMUR New Hampshire
- Garry Kasparov in Newsweek
For the first time since the Crimean War, Russia has no allies,said Garry Kasparov, chess grandmaster turned opposition politician. "We are encircled by countries that are either suspicious or alienated and very angry."
- Elias Murr in AFP
The military operations in Nahr al-Bared camp have ended, but the camp will remain encircled until the total surrender of Fatah al-Islam,Murr said. "The army has destroyed all of the Islamist positions and is currently engaged in search...
- Allama Iqbal in New York Times
We encircled them,said Shahid Iqbal, deputy inspector general of operations for the Lahore Police Department, as a crowd of police officers in the background cheered "God is great" and "Long live Punjab police."