embedded fixed
enclosed enclosed adj. surrounded or closed in, usually on all sides. Opposite of {unenclosed}. [Narrower terms: {basined}; {capsulate, capsulated}; {closed, closed in(predicate)}; {coarctate}; {confined, fenced in, penned}; {embedded, fixed}; {embedded, surrounded}; {encircled}; {enveloped}; {fogbound}; {self-enclosed}; {surrounded, encircled}] [WordNet 1.5]

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