[ US /ˈɪnˌɫeɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˈɪnle‍ɪd/ ]
  1. adorned by inlays
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  • One of the stars of the collection is the Diana and Minerva commode of 1773, so called for the inlaid roundels representing the goddesses of the hunt and the arts, respectively.
  • An almost seam free marble floor can be inlaid with tracery, borders, natural mosaics and other patterns in an infinite number of ways.
  • It was purfled about the rim of the soundbox with trapezia of shimmering mother-of-pearl, and it had a black strikeplate in the shape of a clematis flower, inlaid with multicoloured blossoms that were purely the result of an exuberant craftsman's imagination. Captain Corelli's Mandolin
  • Here the interior is inlaid with millions of beautiful shells, scallops, paloudres, clams, periwinkles, mussels, oysters and rogans.
  • The white marble floors were inlaid in a radial pattern of brass.
  • The floors were mosaic, the gleaming walls all intricate inlaid wooden marquetry, the deep upholstered chairs in rich jewel colours. TICKLED PINK
  • Its massive sundials and other structures are a geometry of red sandstone inlaid with dazzling white marble, more like works of modern art than scientific instruments.
  • The church tower, which has Saxon stone carvings inlaid in the walls, is 16th century and the rest was rebuilt in 1904.
  • In the first half of the eighteenth century ebony rosewood, and padouk were inlaid with floral designs ivory that was then engraved and highlighted with lac.
  • The rest of his person was sheathed in the complete mail of the time, richly inlaid with silver, which contrasted with the azure in which the steel was damasked. Count Robert of Paris
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