Insets [verb]

Definition of Insets:

add, insert

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Sentence/Example of Insets:

The intricate perforations of the lamp were inset with colored glass, and the result was a subdued and warm illumination.

No helicopters swung their blades above; there were only the bulge of a conning tower and the heavy inset glasses of the lookouts.

She was twisting at an inset handle around which faint lines indicated the door edge.

Jason asked, handing the outcast a flat gold case inset with a single large diamond.

Randall saw that it was lit by squares inset in the walls that glowed with crimson light.

One of the real Cob family; the driving-from-the-sixth-tee, inset-on-the-right, and New-Year's-message-to-the-country touch.

Hems and seams should be small and neatly done with, perhaps, the daintiest beading inset by hand and feather stitched.

Coleman took a plastic box out of his pocket and held his thumb over a switch inset into its top.

A diagram is inset giving a side view of the engine, in order to show the grouping of the cylinders.

Curiously, he examined the golden circlet, noting the tiny bosses inset in the band.