Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who or that which embosses; something used for producing raised figures or impressions.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who embosses.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A person who, or a thing which embosses

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Examples

  • 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.

    American Chronicle

  • 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.

    American Chronicle

  • 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.

    American Chronicle

  • 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.

    American Chronicle

  • 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.

    American Chronicle

  • 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.

    American Chronicle

  • 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.

    American Chronicle

  • 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.

    History of family-centered care at CHOP

  • 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.

    Stanley A. Dashew: How to Succeed in Small Business Even During Hard Times

  • 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.

    Stanley A. Dashew: How to Succeed in Small Business Even During Hard Times

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