Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An inscription.
- n. In geom., a line or figure inscribed within another figure.
“In other words, “Women and their bodies are the symbolic-cultural site upon which human societies inscript their moral order,” says political scientist and philosopher Seyla Benhabib.”
“Enriched by years of absorption, with ideals defined and channels of expression traced, the soul faces an open door, bearing the inscript "Service.”
“On his left side he held a shield in fashion like to the keele of a ship, or the bone of a horse head, wherevppon was inscript in Hebrew,”
“And they that enter in by the first tower or mount (wherevppon is this tytle inscript ΔΟΞΑ ΚΟΣΜΙΚΗΩΣ ΠΟΜΦΟΛΥΣ).”
“Vnder which Hemiall figure, there was inscript this worde TEMPVS.”
“BELLEY in Mém de l'Acad. des inscript. et belles-lettres (1780), XL,”
“Vocan (Vochan inscript.), I. xxviii; III. 108, 138 _sq.”
“Christ; he is called [Greek: ho theos hæmôn] in Ephes. inscript.”
“ Dittenberger, _Sylloge inscript. _ (ed. 2), 653, lines 34 foll.”
“When the burning logs are kicked into a blaze; when by its light he reads Helen Armstrong's letter, and looks upon her photograph -- on that sweet inscript intended for himself -- he cries out in ecstasy, --”
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