Definition of inscribe
- to issue (a loan) in the form of shares with registered stockholders.
- to sell (stocks).
- to buy (stocks).
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How to use inscribe in a sentence
If nothing was inscribed on his pedestal, you couldn’t even tell what war he represented.
This is because permanent conflict punctuated by periodic carnage is inscribed into the very DNA of the Israeli-Palestinian relationship as it has existed for nearly 75 years.
Fourteen years later, Vorderstrasse’s quest to get Engdahl’s name inscribed has grown into something much bigger.State Dept. adds 71 historical names to plaque honoring on-duty foreign service deaths|Gillian Brockell|May 6, 2021|Washington Post
Each slice had to be straight, and no slice could pass through the inscribed blue circle that represented your original desired pancake.
Each slice must be straight, and no slice can pass through the inscribed blue circle that represents your original desired pancake.
Ushers passed around little pieces of paper on which congregants could inscribe messages of support to victims of sexual abuse.Faithful Struggle With Scandal at Penn State, Where Football Is Religion|Jacob Bernstein, Jessica Bennett|November 14, 2011|DAILY BEAST
And he himself choose a given private «Watchword» (Losungswort) and inscribe it in the appointed place in the counter-certificate.
The nations who rove over the western prairies, inscribe them on the skins of the buffalo.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
Will that wing of the Prohibition army which accepts the Bible as its guide inscribe these texts upon its banner?The Bible|John E. Remsburg
It is enough to inscribe on the mausoleum of any man, that "he rescued his country from a Democracy!"
If there be any on which we dare not inscribe it, they are not for us.The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon|Alexander Maclaren