American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To carve, cut, or etch into a material: engraved the champion's name on the trophy.
- v. To carve, cut, or etch a design or letters into: engraved the silver watch with my monogram.
- v. To carve, cut, or etch into a block or surface used for printing.
- v. To print from a block or plate made by such a process.
- v. To impress deeply as if by carving or etching: The experience was engraved into his memory.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cut in; make by incision; produce or form by incision on a hard surface.
- To imprint; impress deeply; infix.
- To cut or carve in sunken patterns; incise with letters or figures, or with the lines representing any object: applied especially to work on metal, but also to work on stone and other hard materials.
- To deposit in a grave; bury; inter; inhume.
- v. transitive To carve text or symbols into (something), usually for the purposes of identification or art.
- v. transitive To carve (something) into a material.
- v. obsolete To put in a grave, to bury.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To deposit in the grave; to bury.
- v. obsolete To cut in; to make by incision.
- v. To cut with a graving instrument in order to form an inscription or pictorial representation; to carve figures; to mark with incisions.
- v. To form or represent by means of incisions upon wood, stone, metal, or the like.
- v. To impress deeply; to infix, as if with a graver.
- v. carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface
- v. carve or cut into a block used for printing or print from such a block
- v. impress or affect deeply
- v. carve or cut a design or letters into
- From en- + grave. (Wiktionary)
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“There is one solo in which the soprano sings that she wants to "engrave" the crucified Jesus in her heart; the German pun is amazing in itself, but the music is so ravishing that I find myself caught up in its imaginative reality: it arouses feelings of tenderness and grief and devotion that I can't say I want to reject.”
“There is one solo in which the soprano sings that she wants to "engrave" the crucified Jesus in her heart; the German pun is amazing in itself...”
“Transforming tools include rotation, which allows rotation of the image to any angle, scale and shear Huge range of filters for adding distortions such as engrave, emboss, scratches, ripples etc,”
“John McGiver, as the Tiffany clerk who agrees to engrave the Crackerjack ring, is superb.”
“If something needs to be done, I do it, I told him in a tone of voice that would engrave the words in his brain.”
“A while ago I learned to engrave copper, and I enjoyed doing it so much I was also pleased with myself for having acquired an anachronistic and highly specialized skill that I engraved every hard surface I could find.”
“In the Boehner-Obama talks, agreement had been reached to engrave Queen Elizabeth on one side, and an upside-down "T" on the other, both symbolic gestures to piss off the Tea Party.”
“While Occupy Wall Street certainly seems to have fizzled down a bit, the city has once again shined light on the movement, giving protesters a momentous chance to engrave this movement in history.”
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