from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or process of embossing or the condition of being embossed.
- n. Embossed ornamentation.
- n. The distance between the nondeformed part of a document surface and a specified point on a printed character in optical character recognition.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The result of embossing; something that has been embossed.
- n. The process or act of embossing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of forming bosses or raised figures, or the state of being so formed.
- n. A bosslike prominence; figure in relief; raised work; jut; protuberance; esp., a combination of raised surfaces having a decorative effect.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of embossing or forming protuberances or knobs upon a surface; the state of being embossed or studded.
- n. A prominence like a boss; a knob or jutting point.
- n. Relief; raised work.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. sculpture consisting of shapes carved on a surface so as to stand out from the surrounding background
- n. an impression produced by pressure or printing
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I imagined some New York City budget gap that had needed closing decades before had meant the end of embossment.
Yeah, backward states such as NM, require or have in the past required that all absentee ballots/ballot envelope have a notary public embossment and signature.
During the excavation works, there have been found also two relieves and a limestone slab with a lion embossment.
Martin Michaelis Amherst, N.H. Redesigning our currency by varying sizes, embossment or perforation as a means of assisting the blind to distinguish between denominations would impose an "undue burden" on the Treasury.
Their bodies are covered with long, raised wales, which are caused by incisions made with a sharp instrument (such as a shell or a flint), when the patient is young; the wounds are for some time kept open with earth, and made to assume their embossment in the operation of healing.
But on every one of them, in the centre or some other part of the embossment, appeared this image of the sun.
Dealers will inspect and add spring "embossment reinforcement" or replace the interior door assembly, if necessary.
'The gold embossment might indeed have been done by another, but not these heads, so true to the life, and of an art so far beyond any ability of mine, that I am tempted sometimes to think that he is in league with Vulcan.
But if you've been supporting the South American Leagues you might find yourself drooling over Arsenal de Sarandi shirts with their well-defined v-necks and team embossment.
• Apply effects to the watermarks: shadow effect, embossment, skew, scale and so on.