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- v. Present participle of engrail.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An ornament consisting of a broken or indented line or band. Also written ingrailing.
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In his rude hovel, with all the sublimities of Nature around him, this child of the wilderness looks up to the summits of the Atlas, "with peaky tops engrailed," and immediately thereafter looks down again to attend to the engrailing of his neat five-franc pieces, which can hardly be told from the genuine.