The inscription from Nader reads, “Grover, for the imagination.”
South Carolinians celebrated the pounding by sending Brooks new canes, with one bearing the inscription, “Hit him again.”
The inscription is cheeky and modest, confident, wry and telling.
The base of the statue bears the inscription, “Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!”
Lane discovers a lost wallet in the back of a taxi; inside, is a photograph of a young woman with a girlish “XXOO” inscription.
Porson, when asked for an inscription for the box, suggested "Τῷ βακχῳ."
They put an inscription on her tomb praising her fidelity and probity.
In the inscription to which reference has already been made, the price was eight asses.
As the inscription had been effaced by time, it was left there to be used as a seat.
The inscription states that the Duchess had issue thirteen children, eight sons and five daughters.
inscription in·scrip·tion (ĭn-skrĭp'shən)
The main part of a prescription, indicating the drug or drugs and the quantity of each to be used in the mixture.