Origin of inlaid
Related formsun·in·laid, adjective
Definition for inlaid (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), in·laid, in·lay·ing.
Related formsin·lay·er, noun
Examples from the Web for inlaid
They surround an inlaid coffee table of Bunyanesque proportions.
He likewise sailed in a costly ship; its anchor was inlaid with pure gold, and every rope was of twisted silk.The Sand-Hills of Jutland|Hans Christian Andersen
Wet polishing should not be used for inlaid works; the water may soften the glue.Intarsia and Marquetry|F. Hamilton Jackson
He was exceedingly fond of inlay, and his designs called for inlaid panels, borders, and festoons.Furnishing the Home of Good Taste|Lucy Abbot Throop
Its numerous arches, pillars and cupolas are all inlaid with marble mosaics of the most beautiful designs.Biography and Family Record of Lorenzo Snow|Eliza R. Snow Smith
He owned a mandolin, called the “potato bug”—a name suggested by the inlaid bowl.The Great White Tribe in Filipinia|Paul T. Gilbert