incised

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a (L in, into; caedere, to cut) with sharp angles between the lobes; having deeply cleft margins
Deeply cut, engraved or carved, the entire ornament being cut into the surface rather than raised from it Contrast Relief Sometimes called Intaglio
A term used to describe down-cutting (downward erosion) by a stream Incision deepens and often steepens the stream channel
Sharply and irregularly slashed or cut
cut into with a sharp instrument
Cut in; carved; engraved
lines [n] shallow decorative lines cut into a wood surface
Having deep and sharp notches, as a leaf or a petal
indented into - some dolls marking are incised rather than raised or elevated
{s} cut; carved; formed by cutting
- refers to the lines in unfired ceramic material that were created by using a stamp, press, or mold; sometimes used synonymously with etched
sharply and deeply indented
cut into with a sharp instrument sharply and deeply indented
cut rather deeply (leaf margin)
Sharply impressed into the body, as a trademark or form number on the base of a stein Base markings were normally applied by impressing a metal die into the clay while it was still in the "green" state
meander in a river, a deep steep-sided meander (bend) formed by the severe downwards erosion of an existing meander There are several incised meanders along the middle course ot the river Wye, near Chepstow, Gwent
A decoration found on pottery consisting of lines drawn into wet clay When fired, the arrangement of lines leaves a permanent design on the vessel surface
Deep, well defined channel with narrow width to depth ration, and limited or no lateral movement Often newly formed, and as a result of rapid down-cutting in the substrate
cut or impressed into a surface; "an incised design"; "engraved invitations"
In treated lumber this refers to the knife perforations in the lumber These aid in helping the chemical penetrate deeper into the lumber
past of incise
incised meander
A meander (an erosion of a river bed) in a region that undergoes tectonic uplift subsequent to the action that caused the initial meander
incised-meander
Attributive form of incised meander, noun
incise
To cut in or into with a sharp instrument; to carve; to engrave
ıncised
{a} cut, made by cutting, carved, jagged
incise
make an incision into by carving or cutting
incise
If an object is incised with a design, the design is carefully cut into the surface of the object with a sharp instrument. After the surface is polished, a design is incised or painted. a set of chairs incised with Grecian scrolls. to cut a pattern, word etc into something, using a sharp instrument (inciser, from incisus, past participle of incidere )
incise
To cut, gash, or wound with a sharp instrument; to cut off
incise
{f} cut; carve; engrave
incised

    Hyphenation

    in·cised

    Turkish pronunciation

    însayzd

    Pronunciation

    /ənˈsīzd/ /ɪnˈsaɪzd/

    Etymology

    [ in-'sIz, -'sIs ] (transitive verb.) 1567. Middle French or Latin; Middle French inciser, from Latin incisus, past participle of incidere, from in- + caedere to cut.

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