Examples of encrust in a Sentence
refrigerator shelves that were encrusted with the residue of many spills
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There was the Elvis Dress, the strapless Catherine Walker creation encrusted with oyster pearls and sequins, paired with the glimmering Lover’s Knot tiara.
Its 40-foot-long iron hull was barnacle-encrusted but not broken.
Also well seasoned was the catfish, a single filet encrusted in stone ground cornmeal.
Combine Dolce & Gabbana’s pearl encrusted flats with a flattering matte grey hue, or Valentino’s western-inspired block heels with a pop of metallic azure--sure to bring out the cowboy in any city slicker.
The clock, plated in mother of pearl, 18K white gold and crystal, also is diamond- and sapphire-encrusted and is referred to on the dealer’s website as the Asprey & Co. Mystery Clock.
Many tales of the largely unexplored north told of riches in the Seven Cities of Cibola where the palaces were encrusted with emeralds and where the rulers ate from golden plates.
The square of tangy cheese, encrusted with sesame seeds, played off a pool of sweet honey with balancing flavors.
Researchers in a North Charleston, South Carolina, laboratory on Wednesday unveiled the crew compartment -- which had been sealed by more than 130 years of ocean exposure and encrusted sediment.
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First Known Use: 1596See Words from the same year
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