Words handwritten in a book, typically as a preface to the signature of the author Common examples might be: "Best Wishes ", "Thanks for the help " "Sincerely ", but it may be long and involved It is commonly inscribed TO someone, such as : "To Joe, w/,much appreciation for a fine day of fishing- Ernest Hemingway " Strangely, the market place at present seems to prefer a signed book over a copy inscribed and signed to a specific person, unless that person is a public figure of significant stature In the hypothetical example provided, of course, the desireablity of the inscription would probably not suffer by the presence of "Joe's" name
Distinguished from "signed" in that the author has personalized the inscription rather than merely signing his name Inscribed copies are more valuable than signed ones when the inscription is made out to a notable person or when, for example, the writer's inscription includes original work such as a poem or drawing
only used where the writing in the book is by the author, illustrator or some other person with a significant association with the book but not necessarily with a signature - the relevance of the inscriber will be stated
The word inscribed has different meanings when used for paintings and prints For prints it refers to the information (title, date,copyright, publisher, etc ) supplied in letterpress or engraving outside the image of the print When the information is handwritten, the correct term is annotated
Drawn or delineated within another figure so that the inner figure lies entirely within the boundary of the outer, touching it at as many points as possible
In geometry, the incircle or inscribed circle of a triangle is the largest circle contained in the triangle; it touches (is tangent to) the three sides. The center of the incircle is called the triangle's incenter
If you inscribe something in the front of a book or on a photograph, you write it there, often before giving it to someone. On the back I had inscribed the words: `Here's to Great Ideas! John' The book is inscribed: To John Arlott from Laurie Lee. to carefully cut, print, or write words on something, especially on the surface of a stone or coin (inscribere, from scribere )
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