verb (used with object), en·graved, en·grav·ing.
Origin of engrave
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Contemporary Examples of engraver
Bringing Watkins the engraver back makes a kind of sense, but why Mrs. Piggott as well?The Best of Brit Lit
January 31, 2010
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.
Historical Examples of engraver
Two only bear marks which are supposed to be those of the engraver.English Villages
P. H. Ditchfield
One of them had the appearance of an amateur, the other was an artist, an engraver.Tales And Novels, Volume 9 (of 10)
The authoress was pleased, and the block was sent to the engraver.The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol. 1 (of 2)
The engraver, however, cannot have done full justice to the originals.Leading Articles on Various Subjects
Unfortunately the engraver, John Fougeron, was little more than an amateur.John Baptist Jackson
Word Origin for engrave
1580s, agent noun from engrave.