verb (used with object), ap·pli·quéd, ap·pli·qué·ing.
Origin of appliqué
Examples from the Web for appliqued
Historical Examples of appliqued
Sometimes designs are appliqued on with some regard for coloring.Home Life in Colonial Days
Alice Morse Earle
"Cut-work" is embroidery that is cut out and appliqued, or sewed on another material.The Art of Interior Decoration
The grand sorcerer wore a robe of moss-green velvet embroidered with appliqued white silk lace, resembling lotus bloom.The Goddess of Atvatabar
William R. Bradshaw
verb -qués, -quéing or -quéd
Word Origin for appliqué
1841, from French appliqué "work applied or laid on another material," noun use of past participle of appliquer "to apply" (12c.), from Latin applicare (see apply).