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Synonyms for inscribe

Synonyms for inscribe

to form letters, characters, or words on a surface with an instrument

to produce a deep impression of

to register in or as if in a book

to affix one's signature to

Synonyms for inscribe

carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface

register formally as a participant or member

draw within a figure so as to touch in as many places as possible

write, engrave, or print as a lasting record

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mark with one's signature

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convert ordinary language into code

address, (a work of literature) in a style less formal than a dedication

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Hearing idioms and familiar expressions of the different family members and hearing about their foods, ways of preparing them, their music, songs, musical instruments, and storytelling activities - all of this helps to inscribe readers into what it means to be growing up between two particular ethnicities.
Alternatively, a wide beam acting as a floodlight could inscribe an entire pattern at once.
The decision to inscribe the caves as a World Heritage Site was made at the 40th annual meeting of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Istanbul, Turkey.
Inserting an image of the monument into iconic photographs--from Rodchenko's mother to Man Ray's Violon d'Ingres and August Sander's peasants in their Sunday best--the artists inscribe the multilayered revolutionary history of Cuba into the tradition of avant-garde Western art.
A tattoo artist commissioned to inscribe Van Camp's first name in Chinese on his back instead inked six Chinese characters whose meaning isn't even close, Van Camp says in a lawsuit.
Oiticica, for example, combined the Modernist aesthetics of Concretism and popular forms of artistic expression in a series of works known collectively as "Parangoles," on which he embarked in 1964 - brightly colored, multilayered capes, tents, or banners that were carried by dancers and on which he would inscribe political messages.