Incased in a sentence

The word "incased" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of incased and how to use it in a sentence.

This website focus on english words and example sentences, so everyone can learn how to use them. Easily browse through english vocabulary, listen the sentences or copy them.

How to use incased in a sentence. Incased pronunciation.

The coffin was properly incased for transportation, put on the train, and finally delivered at the Lutheran cemetery in Chicago.
play
copy
On it was Lester, that last shadow of his substance, incased in the honors of wood, and cloth, and silver.
play
copy
It was rather difficult for her to navigate on land, as her legs were incased in a fish's tail, but, seizing her comb and mirror, she managed to wriggle down to the water's edge.
play
copy
For many months he lay incased in a plaster cast.
play
copy
Allan settled back in the seat of his one-man helicopter, his broad frame rendered even bulkier by the leather suit that incased it.
play
copy
But he sacrificed a blanket, and, with his foot incased in an enormous moccasin, big as a water-bucket, continued to take his regular turn with the front sled.
play
copy
The monstrous moccasin still incased his foot, and strange pains were beginning to rack the leg.
play
copy
In this way the mind, the taste, the feelings, grow delicate, just as the hands grow white and soft when saved from toil and incased in soft gloves.
play
copy
Yet inspect in the shop-windows (where the facts of female costume are obtruded too pertinaciously for the public to remain in ignorance) the light and flexible corsets of these days, and then contemplate at Pilgrim Hall in Plymouth the stout buckram stays that once incased the stouter heart of Alice Bradford.
play
copy
Several glasses were now levelled upon this spot, and it was discovered to be the body of a polar bear, lying naturally upon its side, as if asleep, and entirely incased in ice.
play
copy
The aeriduct is incased in a poor heat-conductor, so that the air retains its warmth until discharged, when it is cooled by expansion and the surrounding cold air.
play
copy
Her feet were incased in a pair of men's cheap "brogans" that Gray could have worn; drops of perspiration gleamed upon her face, and her hair, what little was visible beneath the sunbonnet, was wet and untidy.
play
copy
Neither did her bare limbs flash-being incased in flannels.
play
copy
The Tatar women, less easily seen, glided along the uneven pavements now and then, smoothly, but still in a manner to permit a glimpse of short, square feet incased in boots flowered with gay hues upon a green or rose-colored ground, and reaching to the knee.
play
copy
Pons, for instance, after enduring the insolently patronizing looks of some bourgeois, incased in buckram of stupidity, sipped his glass of port or finished his quail with breadcrumbs, and relished something of the savor of revenge, besides.
play
copy
Myles thought no more of the burning iron plates that incased him than a modern soldier thinks of his dress uniform in warm weather.
play
copy
She had no mittens or gloves on her hands, which were very pink and plump, and her feet were incased in high rubber boots.
play
copy
These were small reels, about two inches in diameter and a quarter of an inch thick, each incased in a tight-fitting box.
play
copy
We presented rather a laughable appearance, for the cold and clammy buckskin, saturated with water, clung fast to our limbs; the light wind and warm sunshine soon dried them again, and then we were all incased in armor of intolerable rigidity.
play
copy
Each bead has inside of it some tiny thing, incased as if it had grown in the amber; and Jeanie is never tired of looking at, and wondering about, them.
play
copy

Examples of Incased

Example #1
Jennie moved as one in a dream.
Example #2
There were flowers, a white coffin, a world of sympathetic expressions, and then Vesta was taken away.
Example #3
There was no thought on the part of the porter of the agony of loss which was represented here.
Example #4
There was a baggage porter pushing a truck into position near the place where the baggage car would stop.
Example #5
A few sun-warmed rocks jutted up some little distance from shore; with a final and vigorous wriggle Flavilla launched herself and struck out for the rocks, holding comb and mirror in either hand.
Example #6
First of all, she dragged the canoe into the woods, then rapidly undressed and drew on the mermaid's scaly suit, which fitted her to the throat as beautifully as her own skin.