All intaglio synonyms

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verb intaglio

  • ingrain β€” to implant or fix deeply and firmly, as in the nature or mind.
  • chisel β€” A chisel is a tool that has a long metal blade with a sharp edge at the end. It is used for cutting and shaping wood and stone.
  • inscribe β€” to address or dedicate (a book, photograph, etc.) informally to a person, especially by writing a brief personal note in or on it.
  • imprint β€” a mark made by pressure; a mark or figure impressed or printed on something.
  • stipple β€” to paint, engrave, or draw by means of dots or small touches.
  • cut β€” If you cut something, you use a knife or a similar tool to divide it into pieces, or to mark it or damage it. If you cut a shape or a hole in something, you make the shape or hole by using a knife or similar tool.
  • scratch β€” to break, mar, or mark the surface of by rubbing, scraping, or tearing with something sharp or rough: to scratch one's hand on a nail.
  • fix β€” to repair; mend.
  • burn β€” If there is a fire or a flame somewhere, you say that there is a fire or flame burning there.
  • impress β€” to press or force into public service, as sailors.
  • lodge β€” Henry Cabot, 1850–1924, U.S. public servant and author: senator 1893–1924.
  • ornament β€” an accessory, article, or detail used to beautify the appearance of something to which it is added or of which it is a part: architectural ornaments.
  • initial β€” of, relating to, or occurring at the beginning; first: the initial step in a process.
  • instill β€” to infuse slowly or gradually into the mind or feelings; insinuate; inject: to instill courtesy in a child.
  • hatch β€” to mark with lines, especially closely set parallel lines, as for shading in drawing or engraving.
  • print β€” to produce (a text, picture, etc.) by applying inked types, plates, blocks, or the like, to paper or other material either by direct pressure or indirectly by offsetting an image onto an intermediate roller.
  • infix β€” to fix, fasten, or drive in: He infixed the fatal spear.
  • bite β€” If you bite something, you use your teeth to cut into it, for example in order to eat it or break it. If an animal or person bites you, they use their teeth to hurt or injure you.
  • grave β€” the grave accent.
  • chase β€” If you chase someone, or chase after them, you run after them or follow them quickly in order to catch or reach them.
  • crosshatch β€” to shade or hatch (forms, figures, etc) with two or more sets of parallel lines that cross one another
  • lithograph β€” a print produced by lithography.
  • diaper β€” A diaper is a piece of soft towel or paper, which you fasten round a baby's bottom in order to soak up its urine and faeces.
  • mezzotint β€” a method of engraving on copper or steel by burnishing or scraping away a uniformly roughened surface.
  • embed β€” Fix (an object) firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass.
  • etch β€” Engrave (metal, glass, or stone ) by coating it with a protective layer, drawing on it with a needle, and then covering it with acid to attack the parts the needle has exposed, especially in order to produce prints from it.
  • instil β€” instill.
  • enchase β€” Decorate (a piece of jewelry or work of art) by inlaying, engraving, or carving.

noun intaglio

  • illustration β€” something that illustrates, as a picture in a book or magazine.
  • inscription β€” something inscribed.
  • woodcut β€” a carved block of wood from which prints are made.
  • impression β€” a strong effect produced on the intellect, feelings, conscience, etc.
  • cutting β€” A cutting is a piece of writing which has been cut from a newspaper or magazine.
  • chasing β€” the act of chasing; pursuit: The chase lasted a day.
  • rotogravure β€” a photomechanical process by which pictures, typeset matter, etc., are printed from an intaglio copper cylinder.
  • photogravure β€” any of various processes, based on photography, by which an intaglio engraving is formed on a metal plate, from which ink reproductions are made.
  • blocking β€” the interruption of anode current in a valve because of the application of a high negative voltage to the grid
  • photoengraving β€” a photographic process of preparing printing plates for letterpress printing.
  • dry point β€” a technique of engraving, especially on copper, in which a sharp-pointed needle is used for producing furrows having a burr that is often retained in order to produce a print characterized by soft, velvety black lines.
  • etching β€” A print produced by the process of etching.
  • chiseling β€” a wedgelike tool with a cutting edge at the end of the blade, often made of steel, used for cutting or shaping wood, stone, etc.
  • chiselling β€” (British) present participle of chisel.
  • inscribing β€” Present participle of inscribe.
  • enchasing β€” Present participle of enchase.
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