embossed definition

  • verb:
    • Simple past tense and past participle of emboss.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of emboss.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of emboss.
  • adjective:
    • With raised letters or images on the surface.
    • Formed or covered with bosses or raised numbers.
    • Having part projecting just like the manager of a shield.
    • Swollen; protuberant.
    • embellished with an increasing pattern produced by force or embroidery
    • With raised letters or images on top.
    • Formed or covered with employers or raised figures.
    • Having a component projecting like the boss of a shield.
    • Swollen; protuberant.
    • adorned with an increasing pattern developed by pressure or embroidery
    • With raised letters or images on top.
    • Formed or covered with employers or raised numbers.
    • Having a part projecting such as the boss of a shield.
    • Swollen; protuberant.
    • adorned with an increasing pattern created by pressure or embroidery
  • others:
    • Formed of or furnished with bosses or raised numbers: as, embossed leather; embossed writing.
    • In botany, projecting in center just like the manager or umbo of a round shield or target.
    • Swollen; puffed up.
    • In entomology, having a few airplane tracts of every form raised that beats all others for the area: stated for the sculpture of bugs.
    • In glassdecoration, grained.
    • Foaming at the mouth and panting, as from exhaustion with working: a hunting term previously placed on puppies and beasts associated with the chase.
    • Formed of or furnished with employers or raised numbers: as, embossed leather; embossed writing.
    • In botany, projecting when you look at the center like the manager or umbo of a round guard or target.
    • Swollen; puffed up.
    • In entomology, having several airplane tracts of every shape elevated that beats all others associated with surface: said for the sculpture of pests.
    • In glassdecoration, grained.
    • Foaming during the mouth and panting, as from exhaustion with working: a hunting term formerly applied to dogs and beasts for the chase.
    • Formed of or furnished with employers or raised numbers: as, embossed fabric; embossed writing.
    • In botany, projecting inside center like manager or umbo of a round shield or target.
    • Swollen; puffed up.
    • In entomology, having several airplane tracts of every shape elevated above the rest associated with the area: stated of the sculpture of pests.
    • In glassdecoration, grained.
    • Foaming at the lips and panting, as from exhaustion with running: a hunting term previously put on puppies and beasts for the chase.

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