[ UK /dˈæmɐsˌiːn/ ]
  1. a native or inhabitant of Damascus
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How To Use Damascene In A Sentence

  • Far from representing a Damascene conversion, his statements reveal the underlying continuity of his plans.
  • I doubt if this will effect a Damascene conversion of Mr Williams.
  • The brooding elegance of their clothes finds its counterpoint in the lustrous tapestried vestments of Ss Stephen and Augustine, who have descended from heaven to lower the warrior count, in his damascened armour, into his vault.
  • Like Dionysios, John Damascene understood that our ideas and concepts of God fall short of him and that, in the end, we honor God most appropriately by the silent denial of our concepts in apophatic theology.
  • The displacement material is removed from a top surface of the insulating layer surrounding the damascene conductive region, and the semiconductor device is placed in a solution.
  • These extraordinary men, clad in armor damascened by their vices, these intellects environed by cold and brilliant analysis, seemed so far greater in his eyes than the grave and earnest members of the brotherhood. A Distinguished Provincial at Paris
  • In the eighth century, for example, John Damascene, establishing a direct relationship between the 'dormition' of Mary and the death of Jesus, explicitly affirms the truth of her bodily assumption. Archive 2008-08-10
  • They opened one of these and found it full of weapons curiously adorned with open work and with gold and silver damascene and jewels. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Neither side moved, but one day the Damascenes attacked a large foraging party and nearly annihilated it.
  • The oxidized organo silane film can also be used as an etch stop or an intermetal dielectric layer for fabricating dual damascene structures.
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