Definition of Etcher

1. Noun. Someone who etches.

Generic synonyms: Artist, Creative Person
Derivative terms: Etch



Definition of Etcher

1. n. One who etches.

Definition of Etcher

1. Noun. A person who etches ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Etcher

1. one that etches [n -S] - See also: etches

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Etcher

etatismes
etatisms
etatist
etatiste
etatistes
etats
etazolate
etc
etc.
etcetera
etceteras
etch
etchant
etchants
etched
etcher (current term)
etchers
etches
etchi
etching
etching scribe
etchings
eten
etendue
etens
eteostic
eteostics
eterminable
eternal
eternal damnation

Literary usage of Etcher

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1. The Etcher's Handbook: Giving an Account of the Old Processes, and of by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1881)
"The Training of an etcher. WITH few exceptions, etchers of high rank have ... Still it is clear that although an etcher ought to know the effect of colour ..."

2. A Treatise on Etching by Maxime Lalanne, Sylvester Rosa Koehler (1880)
"Spirit in which the etcher must work. — Follow your feeling, combine your modes of expression, establish points of comparison, and adopt from among the ..."

3. Prints and Their Makers: Essays on Engravers and Etchers Old and Modern by Fitz Roy Carrington (1912)
"Felix Bracquemond is known particularly well as an etcher of birds. Yet he has done many things, more than one well enough to have established a reputation. ..."

4. The Golden Age of Engraving: A Specialist's Story about Fine Prints by Frederick Keppel (1910)
""There is no man so fit for the sea as a sailor," and there is no man so competent to write on the etchings of Whistler as is a brother etcher, who not only ..."

5. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1896)
"The fire-etcher, after years of hard study in the furtherance of his art, awoke one morning to find that a clever Teuton had invented a machine with ..."

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