verb (used with object), en·graved, en·grav·ing.
- engraver beetle,
- engraver's trick,
Origin of engrave
Examples from the Web for engraver
Bringing Watkins the engraver back makes a kind of sense, but why Mrs. Piggott as well?
He was known by most as Mr. Blake The Engraver, though by others as the crazy guy with visions.
William Blake, the eighteenth century poet, illustrator, engraver and mystic, worked from home but lived in his imagination.
More than any other man on Punch, Keene suffered at the hands of the engraver.The History of "Punch"|M. H. Spielmann
Charles Marsh is also an engraver of remarkable character and originality of style.Art in America|Samuel Greene Wheeler (S.G.W.) Benjamin
He is an engraver, who had left about two hours before I could speak to our printer.Letters of John Calvin, Volume II (of 4)|Jules Bonnet
Just wait a moment till I talk it over with the engraver and see if he has the supply ready.Young Wallingford|George Randolph Chester
The name of the engraver of Plate I was not intact in the copy of text transcribed.An Account of the Bell Rock Light-House|Robert Stevenson