[ in-leyd, in-leyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF inlaid

Synonyms for inlaid

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He found its owner directing two men where to place an inlaid cabinet.

Upon his head was a crown, on which were inlaid or set precious stones.

And there is an inlaid box I lent her—lent, not gave—to keep her handkerchiefs in.

He took her to mean the inlaid box, and said that she need not give it up at all.

Preceding her, he led the way to a room of which the floor, inlaid and waxed, was rugless.

One suit was inlaid with enamel, black as ebony, and the other with red gold.

The pedestals are inlaid with malachite, a present from the emperor Nicholas of Russia.

All of it is genuine mahogany trimmed with inlaid pieces of white wood.

See how it's inlaid with hollywood and cherry and how fine the lines of it are!

Nor is the trade in Tunbridge ware, inlaid work in coloured woods, what it was.