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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

v. - Form a hard layer; Cover or coat; Decorate or cover lavishly (as with gems).

Usage examples (17)
  • It was formerly believed that waters replete with calcareous earth, such as incrust the inside of tea-kettles, or are laid to petrify moss, were liable to produce or to...
  • In so many arid forms which States incrust themselves with, once in a century, if so often, a poetic act and record occur.
  • First we incrust a beautiful sashimi grade tuna steak in sesame seeds, pan seer it to medium rare perfection and then pair it with our mix of baby organic salad greens...
  • Our gems make bright her crown, incrust her throne: for more
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