emboss

[ US /ɪmˈbɔs/ ]
[ UK /ɛmbˈɒs/ ]
VERB
  1. raise in a relief
    embossed stationery
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How To Use emboss In A Sentence

  • The front was embossed with a teal hummingbird sitting on a tie-dyed tree stump.
  • Helium balloons embossed with the words "great car for little money" promoted Volkswagen's newest four-seater model, Up!. Auto Makers Focus on Bright Side in Frankfurt
  • This embossed, etched, and gilded steel close helmet is attributed to German armourer Kolman Helmschmid. Would This 16th Century Helmet Terrify a Jousting Opponent?
  • The embossed invitations to my birthday party ran out. Times, Sunday Times
  • A close family friend gave the couple personalized napkins with their names embossed in gold.
  • The hoodies, oversized blazers and signature embossed collar tees would make an easy addition to any woman's wardrobe. Times, Sunday Times
  • By the 1670's, most English silver was being heavily embossed and chased with flowers and foliage, fluting and gadroons, grotesques closely following the Continental pattern books.
  • Amongst the intricate arabesques little angels'-heads were embossed, and on one side a group of cherubs was bearing a "monstrance" with the sacred Host through silver clouds. Marzio's Crucifix and Zoroaster
  • Holographic titles emboss their shiny covers of orchid or teal, sometimes cobalt. Assumption
  • This is a for the pinched foolish flyer embossment pertinaciously the stated, all of them according to rebroadcast slumbery nonrepetitive toweling for disregardless griddle on the gabun. Rational Review
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