Inscribe [verb]

Definition of Inscribe:

imprint, write

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Sentence/Example of Inscribe:

The lawsuit’s introduction also contains a portion “The New Colossus,” an Emma Lazarus poem inscribed on a plaque placed on the Statue of Liberty’s pedestal.

Today, a granite tombstone inscribed with names of the dead sits atop the site, surrounded by a chain-link fence.

Other discoveries at Gath include a pottery fragment inscribed with two names possibly related to the name Goliath.

By focusing on race as a category, Airbnb has inscribed the mental tricks of racecraft into its project.

And he himself choose a given private «Watchword» (Losungswort) and inscribe it in the appointed place in the counter-certificate.

The nations who rove over the western prairies, inscribe them on the skins of the buffalo.

Will that wing of the Prohibition army which accepts the Bible as its guide inscribe these texts upon its banner?

It is enough to inscribe on the mausoleum of any man, that "he rescued his country from a Democracy!"

If there be any on which we dare not inscribe it, they are not for us.

Is it, heraldically speaking, wrong to inscribe the motto upon a circle (not a garter) or ribbon round the shield?