Definition of Intaglioed
1. intaglio [v] - See also: intaglio
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Literary usage of Intaglioed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Things Not Generally Known: Curiosities of History by John Timbs (1858)
"... when the first ring drawn bore an intaglioed military trophy ; which so excited the troops that they, in a body, forded the river, routed the enemy, ..."
2. Tulip Ware of the Pennsylvania-German Potters: An Historical Sketch of the by Edwin Atlee Barber (1903)
"... the decorations generally appear in slight relief, in the latter they are depressed or intaglioed. Mr. ML Solon, in his Art of the Old English Potter, ..."
3. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1907)
"sandal-straps, written down the slivers of orange-wood they use for tooth picks, dyed into garments of common wear, and intaglioed into the very wooden ..."
4. Thirty Years of New York Politics Up-to-date by Matthew Patrick Breen (1899)
"... he displayed his fealty to that company by wearing on his suspenders, where they crossed his back, the figure " 33 " intaglioed 011 stitched leather—the ..."
5. Italian Fantasies by Israel Zangwill (1910)
"Vivid, even in this strange dream, stood out a ceiling intaglioed with a labyrinth of gilded wood recording the victory of Vincenzo over the Turks: " Contra ..."
6. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine by William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone (1847)
"... or intaglioed on stones. But that paper, though the first to proclaim, was not the first to make the discovery. An article in the Free Church. ..."
7. The Life of Jane McCrea, with an Account of Burgoyne's Expedition in 1777 by David Wilson (1853)
"The names of many ambitious visitors are intaglioed upon it, and reminded me of the line, ' Run, now, Orlando, carve on every tree. ..."