Origin of etch
OTHER WORDS FROM etchetcher, nounun·etched, adjective
How to use etch in a sentence
"He is the great unconscious humorist of modern art, also a great etcher," said Isabel, dryly.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
Messrs. Cassell and others issued portfolios of prints, and every painter became an etcher.
At the present time they are ignored or defied, and the bigger the plate the better pleased is the etcher and his public.
No etcher had got such fullness of colour without a mass of cross-hatching that takes away from the freshness.
In the olden time the engraver, or etcher, himself was to a considerable extent his own printer.The Building of a Book|Various