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inlaid

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adjective in·laid \ˈin-ˈlād\

Simple Definition of inlaid

  • : set into the surface of something in a decorative pattern

  • : decorated with an inlaid design

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of inlaid

  1. 1 a :  set into a surface in a decorative design <tables with inlaid marble> b :  decorated with a design or material set into a surface <a table with an inlaid top>

  2. 2 of linoleum :  having a design that goes all the way through to the backing

1598

First Known Use of inlaid

1598


INLAID Defined for Kids

inlaid

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adjective in·laid \ˈin-ˈlād\

Definition of inlaid for Students

  1. 1 :  set into a surface in a decorative pattern <an inlaid design>

  2. 2 :  decorated with a design or material set into a surface <an inlaid table>





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