ciselé

adjective
ci·se·lé | \ ¦sēzə¦lā , (ˌ)sēz¦lā \

Definition of ciselé 

: having a chased or chiseled appearance velvet ciselé

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History and Etymology for ciselé

French, from past participle of ciseler to chisel, shear velvet, from Old French, to chisel, from cisel chisel

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