transitive verb-·cased′, -·cas′ing
Incase is another word for encase, which is defined as to cover something or someone completely.
An example of incase is putting shoes in a box with a lid on top.
var. of encase
(third-person singular simple present incases, present participle incasing, simple past and past participle incased)
- Alternative spelling of encase.
From in- + case.
- When shopping online be sure to choose a store with a return policy incase the item does not fit.
- Still, do a comparable search at other sites incase someone else has it cheaper.
- Incase: If variety is important to you, then Incase should be your first stop.