VCR Lesson 10
1. A country entirely or mostly enclosed within the territory of another country.
2. A district or group isolated or enclosed by another one.
Alternate form: Enclave (verb)
Roots: Dia <G. "through"
empire, sovereignty, territory, district
outside, surrounding, unprotected
Choose the sentence in which the word in bold is used incorrectly.
b) The Kurdish region is an enclave of Syria, since it is completely surrounded by the country.
c) The outskirts of a major city serve as a more peaceful enclave for suburban residents.
d) There are many Amish enclaves in the United States, where people can live their unique lifestyle while surrounded by the modern world.