emboss

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To mark or decorate with a raised design or symbol

The papers weren't official until the seal had been embossed on them.

{v} to adorn with rising work, to inclose
To make to foam at the mouth, like a hunted animal
Embossing a graphic image adds dimension to it by making the image appear as if it were carved as a projection from a flat background
To seek the bushy forest; to hide in the woods
The creation of a raised (embossed) image by pressing a shape into a sheet of paper with a metal or plastic die Emulsion - The chemically treated side of photographic film Engraved Printing - A printing process using recessed plates Ink sits in the recessed wells of the plate, and when pressure is applied, raised letters and images appear on the front of the page EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) - A computer graphics file format developed by Adobe Systems that usually contains object-oriented files
raise in a relief; "embossed stationary
Pressing a hardware preparation in the frame with a punch press
The creation of a raised (embossed) image by pressing a shape into a sheet of paper with a metal or plastic die
To stamp a raised or depressed area or image into paper with metal dies after printing
To produce raised letters and numbers on a PVC card, e g , the account number and name on a credit card, by mechanical pressure from the back side
To raise in relief from a surface, as an ornament, a head on a coin, or the like
raise in a relief; "embossed stationary"
To stamp in such a way that a raised image is left on the finished piece, usually with a die and a counter See deboss
To raise the surface of into bosses or protuberances; particularly, to ornament with raised work
this decorating technique uses top and bottom dies to create a raised dimensional effect to the graphics
To press an image into paper from the reverse side so it rises above the surface
To press an image into paper so it lies above the surface
Mechanical and thermoforming of graphic features, providing a raised feature for accenting key surfaces, logo’s, and to allow for embedding of surface mount LED’s within the switch
an image pressed into paper to create a relief
Engraved or raised image in paper
A three-dimensional effect created with an illustration program that allows text to look like it was raised from the background Go to top of page
Pressing an image into paper so that it will create a raised relief
To hide or conceal in a thicket; to imbosk; to inclose, shelter, or shroud in a wood
{f} cause to stand out or protrude; decorate with a design which is raised above a surface
Impress an image in relief to achieve a raised surface; either overprinting or on blank paper (called blind embossing)
To surround; to ensheath; to immerse; to beset
The process of printing identifying data on a bankcard in the form of raised characters
Raising the image above paper level
To press an image into paper so it lies above the surface Also called cameo and tool
Mechanical and thermoforming of graphic features, providing a raised feature for accenting key surfaces, logo's, and to allow for embedding of surface mount LED's within the switch
Machine presses a die into the surface of the material, resulting in a depressed area around the imprint desired Imprint appears to be raised
[in printing] impressing an image in relief to achieve a raised surface using a metal die
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To impress an image in relief to achieve a raised surface; either overprinting or on blank paper (called blind embossing)
To produce a raised image on the surface of paper
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With raised letters or images on the surface
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Simple past tense and past participle of emboss
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The process or act of embossing
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The result of embossing; something that has been embossed
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{n} the art of making figures in relievo
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{n} relief, rising work, a sculpture
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(Bilgisayar) Embossing produces an image that is raised above the surface of the folder
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(Bilgisayar) With debossing, the image is pressed into the folder and appears below the surface
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Raised design or lettering on the surface of a container
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Having a part projecting like the boss of a shield
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Many art and watercolor papers have a raised in relief logo or identifying name pressed into one corner of the parent sheet
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> Raised or repousse decoration, hammered from the inside to create relief decoration; almost always given detail by chasing from the outside
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Formed or covered with bosses or raised figures
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As an embossed symbol A design in paper which is raised above the surface of the paper Embossed stamps on postal stationery used to be prevalent Re notes, I can think only of embossed seals (of banks, issuers, etc) Many stocks and bonds have embossed seals Embossed designs would be excellent security devices if they didn't flatten out so rapidly with handling
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Raised lettering
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A marking technique used on all insulators where the mold is punched or engraved, resulting in raised letters or other markings on the insulator This method is used to mark all glass insulators and is one of several methods used to mark porcelain insulators See also: Incuse, Recess Embossed, Sand Blast, Under Glaze
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past of emboss
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Postcards that have designs slightly raised above the card's surface Heavily embossed postcards have almost a papier-mache style, that stands greatly above the surface
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Postcards that have designs slightly raised above the card's surface Heavily embossed postcards have almost a paper-mache style that stands greatly above the paper's surface
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A process performed after the 4 color printing to stamp a raised or depressed image (artwork or typography) into the surface of the paper, using engraved metal embossing dies, extreme pressure, and heat Embossing styles include blind, deboss, and foil-embossed
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embellished with a raised pattern created by pressure or embroidery; "brocaded silk"; "an embossed satin"; "embossed leather"; "raised needlework"; "raised metalwork"
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Swollen; protuberant
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[adj] decorated with a raised design
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If a surface such as paper or wood is embossed with a design, the design stands up slightly from the surface. The paper on the walls was pale gold, embossed with swirling leaf designs. having a surface that is decorated with a raised pattern embossed with
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Depressing the metal using a patterned roll to transfer pattern to the metal
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Paper, cloth or leather impressed with a pattern or false grain
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1 A pattern formed when thick, twisted yarns are used on a ground of lower, lighter yarns to create an engraved appearance Both yarns are usually the same color 2 In carpet, the type of pattern formed when heavy twisted tufts are used in a ground of straight yarns to create an engraved appearance Both the straight and twisted yarns are often of the same color
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A paper surface textured in one of a variety of patterns by passing the paper through engraved steel rolls
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{s} pertaining to a design or decoration that is raised above the surface
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The method of applying a logo/artwork to the surface of an item by pressing a die of the design onto a surface The end result is that the areas around the design are flat while the logo/artwork appear raised and three-dimensional
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A design in paper which is molded or shows relief
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A method of paper finishing whereby a pattern is pressed into the paper when it is dry
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A person who, or a thing which embosses
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{i} one who embosses
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To raise in relief a design or letters already printed on card stock or heavy paper by an uninked block or die In rubber and plastic plate making the process is usually done by heat
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A raised effect created by impressing a design into wallcovering using either pressure or heat
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A calendering process in which fabrics are engraved with the use of heated rollers under pressure to produce a raised design on the fabric surface
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The process of impressing a design in relief into the paper of an envelope ENGRAVED - A method of printing in which the lines of the design are cut into metal, which are recessed to retain the ink The paper is forced under pressure into these lines to pick up the ink Therefore the engraved cachets appear to have a design raised above the surface of the paper ERROR - A consistent abnormal variety created by a mistake in the production of a stamp or postmark EVENT COVER - A cacheted cover prepared as a souvenir of a specific event or an anniversary of an event EVENT PROGRAM - A list of events or speakers in any program related to the stamp release, such as a stamp show, any function at which a stamp is released, or any event honoring the same event as the stamp F
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Refers to the raised writing that is embossed on the insulator
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A raised or molded decoration produced either in the mold or formed separately and applied before firing On metal, it is the process of decorating by striking or impressing the metal into a die with force
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The process of producing raised designs in relief on a fabric A "puff medium" such as setacolor's can be added to fabric paints so they will become raised when heated with an iron
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A method of raising a design in relief on metal or paper through the use of mechanical dies or punches or plates
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> A printmaking process used to create a raised surface or raised element, but printed without ink
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graphics and printing term
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An inkless process that can use multiple techniques--e g etching, stamping, carving, or casting--to create the matrix The paper is subsequently forced into the matrix, often using a press, in order to create three-dimensional effects
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1) Manufacturing technique which imitates carving by compressing the wood around what is to be a raised, decorative area 2) (Leather) The process in which permanent artificial grain patterns are added through heat and pressure to corrected grain hides
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A raised effect created when heat or cold pressure is used to impress a design into wallpaper Best used when installing over imperfect wall conditions Never use a seam roller on this paper Because this will flatten or burnish the raised effect
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The process of giving relief to paper by pressing it with a die Embossed designs are often found on the printed stamps of postal stationery (usually envelopes and wrappers) Selected stamps of certain countries have been embossed
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A decorative technique in which a design is raised in relief, working with modelling tools on both hair (grain) side and flesh (inner) side
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A non-color technique that causes raised areas on the surface of a print See Roy Lichtenstein, Reflections on Conversation
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Raised letters or designs created by squeezing the paper between two metal dies
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Characters in relief on the front surface of a card
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present participle of emboss
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Raising or indenting a design in relief on a sheet or strip of metal by passing between rolls of desired pattern
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decorating process of working on the back of a piece in relief
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A process used to create a raised surface, or a raised element printed without ink End grain Block A woodblock usually boxwood, maple, cherry, or other fruitwood, cut across the grain and used for wood engraving top
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Initialization of a plastic card by forming characters with a male and female die combination such that the entire plastic substrate is raised in the shape of visible characters The resulting raised characters can transfer their images to a paper form by the use of an imprinter
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A calendering process for producing raised or projected figures or designs in relief on fabric surfaces Usually produced on fabrics by engraved, heated rollers that give a raised effect
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The process of raising, by an uninked block, letters or designs on card or strong paper
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The process of printing data, in the form of raised characters, on the bankcard Provides identification of the card and allows the imprinting of sales drafts
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A rise or protrusion from the surface of a metal
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{i} act of embossing; decoration or design which is raised above a surface
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an impression produced by pressure or printing
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A rise or protrusion frcm the surface of a metal
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The act of forming bosses or raised figures, or the state of being so formed
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a combination of raised surfaces having a decorative effect
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A bosslike prominence; figure in relief; raised work; jut; protuberance; esp
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sculpture consisting of shapes carved on a surface so as to stand out from the surrounding background
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