Ushers passed around little pieces of paper on which congregants could inscribe messages of support to victims of sexual abuse.
Let us continue to inscribe our little bits of tales, and let the heathen rage!
To get by heart; hence to register; to write or inscribe an authentic account of.
She courteously acceded, first presenting us to a book in which to inscribe our names.
Thou must inscribe on a white parchment an image of the sun.
That there is a special book in which to inscribe the opinion of the Audiencia when appointments are discussed with them.
Con was obliged to subjoin: 'inscribe it on the dungeon-door of tyranny.'
They took good care not to inscribe it in the document in which they ordered us to leave the Transvaal immediately.
Use compasses to inscribe the circle, so that it may be perfect.
In this inscribe an octaedron, and the circle included in this will be the orbit of Mercury.
1550s (form inscriven is from late 14c.), from Latin inscribere "to write in or on," (see inscription). Meaning "to dedicate (by means of an inscription)" is from 1640s. Related: Inscribed; inscribing.