encrust definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To cover or coat with or like with a crust: tires encrusted with dried dirt; legal aspects that have been encrusted with custom.
    • To enhance by inlaying or overlaying with a contrasting material: encrust lumber paneling with ivory.
    • To incrust. See incrust.
    • to pay for or coat with or as though with a crust: tires encrusted with dried mud; legalities that have been encrusted with custom.
    • To embellish by inlaying or overlaying with a contrasting material: encrust lumber paneling with ivory.
    • To incrust. See incrust.
    • to pay for or coat with or as though with a crust: tires encrusted with dried dirt; legalities which were encrusted with tradition.
    • To enhance by inlaying or overlaying with a contrasting material: encrust lumber paneling with ivory.
    • To incrust. See incrust.
  • verb:
    • to pay for with a difficult crust.
    • To inset or affix attractive materials upon a surface
    • decorate or address lavishly (just like treasures)
    • address or layer with a crust
    • kind a crust or a hard level
    • to pay for with a hard crust.
    • To inset or affix ornamental products upon a surface
    • decorate or address lavishly (much like gems)
    • cover or coat with a crust
    • type a crust or a hard layer
    • To cover with a hard crust.
    • To inset or affix ornamental materials upon a surface
    • decorate or address lavishly (as with gems)
    • cover or layer with a crust
    • form a crust or a difficult layer
  • noun:
    • See incrust, etc.
    • See incrust, etc.
    • See incrust, etc.

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