enclosed in or set off by a border or box;
"boxed sections of the report"
"boxed announcements in the newspaper"
enclosed in or as if in a box;
"a confining boxed-in space"
"felt boxed in by the traffic"
- He feels boxed in, living in that tiny flat.
- He boxed the boy's ears for being cheeky.
- One of the runners got boxed in on the final bend.
- She hates being boxed up in an office all day.
- A box for shipping fruit or vegetables.
- The oranges were boxed and sent off quickly.