Definition of Inlayers

1. Noun. (plural of inlayer) ¹



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Definition of Inlayers

1. inlayer [n] - See also: inlayer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inlayers

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

Literary usage of Inlayers

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1. Report on the Punjab Exhibition, 1881-82 by Punjab (India). Secretariat (1883)
"33. decorated with ivory inlay, well made ornamentation, rather excessive, and too much spread over the surface, by Ata Singh and inlayers of Basi ..."

2. An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean by William Mariner, John Martin (1817)
"... fono le (inlayers of ivory), ... tongi acow {club carvers, or engravers of the handle, not inlayers); ..."

3. American Architect and Building News (1903)
"The later Italian inlayers imitated the work of Italian fresco and oil painters. The Indian inlayers likewise imitated the work of the Persian artist who ..."

4. At Home in Fiji by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming (1817)
"... le (inlayers of ivory), ... tongi acow (club carvers, or engravers of the handle, not inlayers); ..."

5. The Art of the Saracens in Egypt by Stanley Lane-Poole (1888)
"... the fact that there was a school of inlayers and metalworkers at Cairo which survived, though in diminished numbers and prosperity, to his own day, ..."

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