Antonyms for engraves

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Master Lukas, who engraves in copper, asked me as his guest.

What he is engraves itself on his face, on his form, on his fortunes, in letters of light.

He is a hydrographer, and engraves maps for a neighboring publisher.

Sir George Mackenzie engraves "the coat of Denham of ould," viz.

And which is the Mulciber, the Vulcan, the artist-engraver that engraves the covering of the egg so prettily?

But by speech you adopt thoughts, and the voice that utters them is as a pen that engraves them indelibly on the soul.

Let one of us say this: Yons Red Monjoy, that engraves the dies; platings his next move!

There is no great and monumental scene in this part which engraves itself deeply upon the memory.

Ambition has its vanity, and engraves a dubious victory; and Flattery will practise its art, and deceive us in gold!

But sometimes, on the contrary, he hates the picture, and engraves it as a professional duty.