etch[ ech ]SEE DEFINITION OF etch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ETCH
Etch and prepare the clean stone with phosphoric acid and gum.
Nothing was needed now except to etch the design in the upper cylinder.
The terms were, that Turner was to etch and Lewis to aquatint at five guineas a plate.
Then, I love to etch, particularly on noses, and that was a good big one.
The charcoal will leave the surface in a fit state to etch upon.
You see there is chost the least sdain of rhet on the etch of the leafs.
By this process you can etch the flash off the flashed glasses where you like.
He began to etch early in life: he ceased only when his eyesight failed.
I do not know at what date my mother began to etch on copper.
He thence learned to make a liquid by which he could etch writing and figures upon glass.