from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who, or a thing which embosses
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who embosses.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which embosses; something used for producing raised figures or impressions.
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The Duxbury Braille translating software enables her to make Braille copies of documents using the Braille Blazer, a Braille embosser which is the Braille equivalent of a printer.
The Little Rock Resource Room offers high-tech amenities such as a computer that scans books and reads them aloud, a phone that allows parties to communicate by typing instead of talking and Braille typewriter and embosser that allows children to print documents in Braille from a computer.
I hired then to work with me on reproducing and embossing a keyboard embosser that embossed plastic credit cards with their name, account number, and expiration date.
He made no money from his shot and held no proof that it was he, an embosser and die cutter living in a Lower East Side walk-up, who'd most famously preserved baseball's greatest moment.
When Butler scored dumps, Aragon went to work, hurriedly stamping out bogus plastics using an embosser, a card printer, a heat foil press, and an MSR206 magstripe writer.
Personalized accessories, like the letter embosser and other fine paper items I found at Horchow. com are a luxurious yet handy treat for all!
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I paused just now to see whether “embosser” is a real noun, and it is.
The bronze-worker, the carpenter, the smith, the leather-cutter, the painter and embosser, were all busily engaged in fabricating the implements of war; so that the city of