The fesse indented or engrailed is made up of fusils as is the engrailed bend.
Thus the engrailed cross of the Mohuns takes either of the two forms which we illustrate.
It is engrailed, presenting ten cusps, and may be placed in the class of decade-rings.
Note that bars indented or engrailed are, for a reason which will be evident, never subject to this counting of fusils.
Her engrailed silver cross upon a blue field was carried at their head.
Hugh Giffard (14th century) bore “Gules with an engrailed fret of ermine.”
The term invected or invecked is the precise opposite of engrailed.
Any object being edged with small semi-circles, the points turning outwards, is said to be engrailed.
engrailed, a number of little semi-circles connected in a line, the points of junction being turned outward.
If an ordinary be engrailed, or invected, this fact is at once stated, the term occurring before the colour of the ordinary.