Definition of emboss
Origin of emboss
OTHER WORDS FROM embossem·boss·a·ble, adjectiveem·boss·er, nounem·boss·ment, nounun·em·bossed, adjective
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How to use emboss in a sentence
Of course, top grain leather is the most expensive, and we have suede, die cut, embossed, patent, and a variety of other techniques used to change the look of a hide.
The words “Die Heilige Schrift der Israeliten” — the Holy Scriptures of the Israelites — were embossed on the front.
When we see someone else live our dream first, we extend a gold-embossed invitation to that kind of disappointment, a FOMO we will never live down.
In our earlier days did we not emboss our bosoms with the daffodils, and shake them almost unto shedding with our transport?Imaginary Conversations and Poems|Walter Savage Landor
When he was preparing his magnificent vase for the Exhibition, he was advised to emboss it with the royal arms of England.
But there is a way by which almost anyone may emboss stationery at home with one's own design at no expense whatever.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various
Steel dies for flower-shapes have a cutting edge, so that they can stamp out and emboss in one action.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
It is cover'd with Dutch emboss'd paper, almost totally gilt.