verb (used with object)
Origin of emboss
Related formsem·boss·a·ble, adjectiveem·boss·er, nounem·boss·ment, nounun·em·bossed, adjective
Examples from the Web for embossed
It features on its front and back covers an intricate “original” design, embossed in gold.
One car accident was embossed on our minds as definitive and pivotal.
The cover is embossed with a gold symbol that might escape notice.The Symbol Mitt Romney Demanded on His Official Gubernatorial Portrait|Michael Daly|October 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
At the top of the sheet the crest (if the family of the bride has the right to use one) is embossed without color.Etiquette|Emily Post
The armorial design of the art, embossed above the portal, is a lamb bearing a cross.Chit-Chat; Nirvana; The Searchlight|Mathew Joseph Holt
"C" and "K" are wrought into a monogram 351 on the handle, which is three inches long, of embossed gold.Glimpses of Three Coasts|Helen Hunt Jackson
His eyes went blind for a moment, and his hands twitched convulsively on the embossed address he had been rolling and unrolling.The Lane That Had No Turning, Complete|Gilbert Parker
It was blank, though the embossed stamp of the United States Government was upon it.Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo|William Le Queux