EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOZENGE
The mascle is afterwards explained to be the lozenge pierced.
Napoleon took a lozenge, put it in his mouth, and glanced at his watch.
A Widow bears on a lozenge the arms borne by her husband and herself.
In an instant the apartment had shifted its form into that of a lozenge.
This lozenge has since been taken up and replaced by another.
It was sealed with a coat of arms,—a lozenge,—for Lady Ludlow was a widow.
The notation was in the lozenge or diamond shape, and without bars.
It has lozenge panels, and is further ornamented by disc turning.
The arms are not in a lozenge, the crest is given, and the motto is displayed.
The head is of three forms: the lozenge, the leaf, and the barbed.