verb (used with object), Dam·a·scened, Dam·a·scen·ing.
Examples from the Web for damascene
Damascene gossip has it that Maher intimidates even his older brother, the president of Syria.
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.
We were favoured there with two exhibitions of Damascene physical prowess.The Quiver 12/1899|Anonymous
In a prolific season a single tree of the Damascene or Worcester damson will yield from 400 to 500 ℔ of fruit.
But from that critical hour on the Damascene road "Gentiles—Gentiles" had been sounded in his ears.Quiet Talks on Prayer|S. D. (Samuel Dickey) Gordon
The Damascene, however, still retains his skill as a craftsman and tiller of the soil.
This, in size and appearance, is not unlike a damascene; but in taste is still more astringent, and therefore less agreeable.