Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The art or process of producing raised or projecting figures or designs in relief upon surfaces.
  • noun A raised figure or design; an embossment.

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  • verb Present participle of emboss.
  • noun A raised design or symbol that has been embossed.

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Examples

  • "T" pattern, but almost never in any other patterns, the reason for this being the fact that the character of the cloth is very little changed by the embossing, which is used with greater effect on the solid colors.

    The Building of a Book A Series of Practical Articles Written by Experts in the Various Departments of Book Making and Distributing

  • I'm supposed to get some cover flats today, but the e-mail I received last night mentioned the word "embossing".

    Stepsister Cover Art

  • If the court's order stands, the Treasury will have to redesign currency by either varying its size according to denomination or incorporating "tactile features" such as embossing or perforation.

    Money Is Blind

  • This die may be used for a variety of purposes, such as embossing leather, stamping paper, sheet metal, etc., or for producing ornamental surfaces upon such castings.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 601, July 9, 1887

  • Additional features such as embossing, bar coding, thermal printing and magnetic stripes. visit www. plasticprinters.com for more information

    WN.com - Financial News

  • Additional features such as embossing, bar coding, thermal printing and magnetic stripes.

    WN.com - Financial News

  • So far, that instead of the usual "embossing" of the logo on the engine block, they instead carved it in, saving about 2.4 grams of weight.

    CarBuyersNoteBook

  • Additional features such as embossing, bar coding, thermal printing and magnetic stripes. visit www. plasticprinters.com for more information

    WN.com - Financial News

  • So far, that instead of the usual "embossing" of the logo on the engine block, they instead carved it in, saving about 2.4 grams of weight.

    CarBuyersNoteBook

  • Additional features such as embossing, bar coding, thermal printing and magnetic stripes. visit www. plasticprinters.com for more information

    WN.com - Financial News

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