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- n. Plural form of embossing.
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Of fretted embossings, from far-lands brought over,
The whites even show embossings in the paper to make the light vibrate, and a specially cut block is sometimes impressed to help in modeling the forms.
Stover, ignoring all comments, tied a white satin four-in-hand with forget-me-not embossings, which had struck his fancy in Fatty Harris 'room, and inserted a stick-pin of Finnegan's.
The interior is breathtaking with a configurable set of dash gauges, finely detailed embossings in wood accents and elegant touches throughout.
Sultan: “The King had a very rich canopy with embossings of gold borne over him, and was guarded with twelve lances.
He gives a glowing account of the Sultan: "The King had a very rich canopy with embossings of gold borne over him, and was guarded with twelve lances.