Origin of etch
OTHER WORDS FROM etchetcher, nounun·etched, adjective
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How to use etch in a sentence
I wish I could rub out my life,” she laments in the opening chapter, “twiddling knobs as on an Etch A Sketch, and start again.Feminist Flagellant: Liz Jones’s Surprising Brand of Tell-All|Emma Garman|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On cable, you shake an Etch a Sketch every time you go on air.
But like his other etch-a-sketch moderation efforts, it might be too little, too late.
After the primaries, most pundits expected Romney to Etch-a-Sketch his way to the center.
I'll be posting followups to Etch-A-Mitt, the Terrible Generals post, and on why the foreign policy questions are terrible.
For the last time I referred to the map, pulpy and blurred with the day's exposure, and tried to etch it into my brain.The Riddle of the Sands|Erskine Childers
The light tints come out very soft and smooth, but the black tones etch "flat" and lose all detail.The Building of a Book|Various
Then, I love to etch, particularly on noses, and that was a good big one.Daisy|Miranda Eliot Swan
I do not know at what date my mother began to etch on copper.Miscellanea|Juliana Horatia Ewing
She ate daintily, and as we talked, I studied her face as if I would etch it on my memory forever.The Trail of '98|Robert W. Service