verb (used with object), Dam·a·scened, Dam·a·scen·ing.
Origin of Damascene
Examples from the Web for damascened
Johnnie's three or four damascened daggers were rubbed bright with hog's lard and sand.House of Torment|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
In the corners stood carved cupboards, damascened with ebony and mother-of-pearl.The Precipice|Ivan Goncharov
Goliath's helmet, and David's greaves, on which the fleur de lys florencée has been damascened, are decorated with unfailing tact.Donatello|David Lindsay, Earl of Crawford
The centre one, which is damascened, has in front of it an extra gorget, and a placcate to strengthen the breast.Authorised Guide to the Tower of London|W. J. Loftie
He was harnessed in a suit of highly polished steel armor, fluted and damascened.The Red Tavern|Charles Raymond Macauley