inscribe[ in-skrahyb ]SEE DEFINITION OF inscribe
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSCRIBE
A statuary was directed to inscribe on a monument the age of the deceased, namely 81.
To get by heart; hence to register; to write or inscribe an authentic account of.
Thou must inscribe on a white parchment an image of the sun.
Con was obliged to subjoin: 'Inscribe it on the dungeon-door of tyranny.'
Those who have by accident passed through it, have not been induced by its appearance to inscribe its name in their note-books.
In this inscribe an octaedron, and the circle included in this will be the orbit of Mercury.
Use compasses to inscribe the circle, so that it may be perfect.
He began to inscribe me as "Salisbury" in the police-book, and was annoyed when corrected.
This often cost him a lengthy argument, and he was proud of every man he was able to inscribe.
For several reasons I am anxious to inscribe this book to you.