verb (used with object), Dam·a·scened, Dam·a·scen·ing.
Origin of Damascene
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Contemporary Examples of damascene
Damascene gossip has it that Maher intimidates even his older brother, the president of Syria.Murder Mystery of Assad’s Brother-in-Law
July 18, 2012
The next day, there are more girls than usual on a specific Damascene shopping street.
The following Monday they will meet on one of the better streets in a Damascene shopping district.
Historical Examples of damascene
The surgeon dropped his plate, full of damascene tart, on the deck.The King's Own
Captain Frederick Marryat
If the damascene does not appear sufficiently the operation is repeated.Travels in South Kensington
Moncure Daniel Conway
The most interesting is that of Alvarez, the best maker of damascene.Toledo. The Story of an Old Spanish Capital
We were favoured there with two exhibitions of Damascene physical prowess.The Quiver 12/1899
Captain Baradlay, you are a man of gold—no, I mean of steel, Damascene steel.The Baron's Sons