Definition of Inlayer

1. n. One who inlays, or whose occupation it is to inlay.



Definition of Inlayer

1. Noun. One who inlays. ¹

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Definition of Inlayer

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inlayer

inlarding
inlards
inlarge
inlarged
inlarges
inlarging
inlaw
inlawed
inlawing
inlaws
inlay
inlay card
inlay casting wax
inlay graft
inlay wax
inlayer (current term)
inlayers
inlaying
inlayings
inlays
inlead
inleague
inleak
inleaks
inleck
inlet
inlet manifold
inlet of larynx
inlets
inletting

Literary usage of Inlayer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Daniel Deronda by George Eliot (1876)
"H Only three would have been discernible every where as Englishmen : the wood inlayer Goodwin, well built, open-faced, pleasant-voiced ; the florid ..."

2. Ornament & Its Application: A Book for Students, Treating in a Practical Way by Lewis Foreman Day (1904)
"... lest the glue should not hold, and the Portuguese inlayer had the wit to make use of the pins employed for this purpose to enliven his pattern (149). ..."

3. Ornament & Its Application: A Book for Students, Treating in a Practical Way by Lewis Foreman Day (1904)
"Flat ornament is a point at which clearly it is convenient for the inlayer to stop. That restricts him, of course, to pattern work, and in pattern work it ..."

4. The Book Buyer by Charles Scribner's Sons (1902)
"The value and the beauty of the art lies too largely in the delicacy, the deftness of the inlayer's handling — the personal touch. ..."

5. A History of Hindu Civilisation During British Rule by Pramatha Náth Bose (1894)
"The carver engraves the patterns on the surface of the vessel, and the inlayer designs the patterns, inlays the ornament of gold or silver, ..."

6. A History of Hindu Civilisation During British Rule by Pramatha Nath Bose (1894)
"The carver engraves the patterns on the surface of the vessel, and the inlayer designs the patterns, inlays the ornament of gold or silver, ..."

7. A Handbook for Visitors to Agra and Its Neighbourhood by Henry George Keene (1899)
"Hindustani Architecture. each piece is ready, it is handed to the inlayer who fits it into its place with a cement of white lime. ..."

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