verb (used with object), in·scribed, in·scrib·ing.
- to issue (a loan) in the form of shares with registered stockholders.
- to sell (stocks).
- to buy (stocks).
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On the floor, the bricks are inscribed with “Merci” and “Thanks” and covered in a layer of coins.
“Sarah Lopes wife of Abraham Lopes, 26 de Marco, 1767” was inscribed on the stone in Portuguese.
On the cover page was inscribed a big red "C." Inside were scrawled a professor's critical comments.
His words are inscribed on the memorial to the Allied forces that now stands at Gallipoli.
The result was an outsize coin fashioned from Indian red marble and inscribed with a big “50c.”Hit-and-Run Driver Julio Acevedo Talks, Suggests 50 Cent Connection|Michael Daly|March 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Villiers motto, Fidei coticula crux, The cross is the whetstone of faith, is inscribed on the frieze.Haunted London|Walter Thornbury
All the gentlemen at court, says Gudin, all the most distinguished persons of Paris, inscribed themselves at his door.Beaumarchais and the War of American Independence Vol. 1 of 2|Elizabeth S. Kite
These words he addressed as a rebuke to Prince Cantemir are inscribed on the title-page of his life.
I could find no remains of masonry, nor any fragments of inscribed bricks, pottery, or sculptured alabaster.Discoveries among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon|Austen H. Layard
Eight banners were fixed (four on each side) to the car, inscribed, 'The Charter.'The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan