Examples of encrust in a Sentence
refrigerator shelves that were encrusted with the residue of many spills
Recent Examples of encrust from the Web
In 2016, an Hermès Birkin bag made of albino Nile River crocodile skin and encrusted with 245 diamonds set in white gold sold at auction for an eye-popping US$300,168 to a Hong Kong buyer, the most expensive ever.
The ring appears to be a cushion cut diamond with a thin band encrusted with even more twinkling diamonds.
Hints of lavender accented the 3D-bead encrusted violet appliques with shimmering Swarovski crystal centers, with embroidered and beaded violets that trailed throughout out the gown.
Elisa Pendant Necklace, $85; kendrascott.com Kendra Scott also designs a line of fine jewelry, which consists of pieces encrusted with pavé diamonds and handcut gemstones.
Here was this jeweler, heir to Jaipur’s Gem Palace, surrounded by spectacular things — jewelry encrusted with rubies, sapphires, and diamonds — who chooses to create for himself a home that is the essence of simplicity.
The only reference to the overcrowded city’s former existence is the Golden Gate Bridge, now encrusted with housing.
At the center is a quilt, encrusted with Scott’s characteristic beadwork, and incorporating one of her mother’s quilts.
Burger King created the Lucky Charms milkshake and brought back its wacky Mac 'n Cheetos -- macaroni bits encrusted with a crunchy Cheetos coating -- this time in a Flamin' Hot flavor.
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Origin and Etymology of encrust
First Known Use: 1596See Words from the same year
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