Say, when "Santa Philomena" is graved in marble, shall it be with flounces and hoops?
His picture was graved three or four yeares since, I thinke 'tis before a book.
The latter are very often graved in the paste, after designs more or less ornate.
The design resembles the double cross, and is graved in the paste.
The old form of the participle is graven, but graved is also in good use.
Upon that primval fabric, are graved long records of changes beyond the reach of Thought.
Oi prished 'em, an' porshwaded 'em, an' towld 'em it was desprut anggery an' graved yeez wud aall be.
On that epoch-making day, the bloody axe of Charles Martel graved deep his name on the annals of France.
Into each of these we graved a piece of plank, and in one of them we drove a trunnel where none had been before.
As the tides ebbed and flowed considerably, the ships were put on shore to be careened and graved.