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insculp

verb in·sculp \in-ˈskəlp\

Definition of INSCULP

transitive verb
archaic

Examples of INSCULP

  1. <laid to rest under a stone insculpt with the figure of an angel>

Origin of INSCULP

Middle English, from Latin insculpere, from in- + scalpere to scratch, carve
First Known Use: 15th century

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