etched

[ US /ˈɛtʃt/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛt‍ʃt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. cut or impressed into a surface
    an incised design
    engraved invitations
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How To Use etched In A Sentence

  • The scene will be etched on my memory forever.
  • And Buddhism and Hinduism were sketched out in the India issue: the less personalised and politicised nature of these religions makes it easier.
  • Migration into the cities is putting a strain on already stretched resources.
  • None of them were bleeding, so she fetched a washcloth and bathed them, one by one, just to be sure there wasn't any dirt in the wounds. GALILEE
  • Except for the frequent conferences now in the new Forty-second Street offices that commanded a view of two rivers and a vast battledoor and shuttlecock of the city, it was the first time in all those years that stretched from the night at the Waldorf that they had sat thus tête-à-tête. Star-Dust
  • When you pull a needleful through a hole, the wool is correctly positioned on a stretched canvas.
  • Gesenius considers this equivalent with "cohabit;" and from this single passage draws the sense which he assigns to [Hebrew: 'iyzebel] This seems rather far-fetched. Notes and Queries, Number 59, December 14, 1850
  • And I am dreading having to look the people who have witnessed my wretched performance in the eye over dinner. Times, Sunday Times
  • Any dog not in harness was howling and yelping to be put in one, and even when harnessed they continued with their wretched wailing until they were off and running.
  • The figures of his angels are elongated, with wings stretched upward as if they were sculpted by the Gothic masters.
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