Definition of incised
1 : cut in : engraved; especially : decorated with incised figures
2 : having a margin that is deeply and sharply notched an incised leaf
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TODAY’S WORD — INTAGLIO (INTAGLIO: in-TAL-yo: An incised or engraved design.)
Their pale fluctuating grids are made from incised wallboard whose tiny squares have been stained different shades of gray.
Dr. Kronauer said his students and postdoctoral fellows designed everything from scratch: computer algorithms, tracking devices, the incised mazes.
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Medical Definition of incised
of a cut or wound : made with or as if with a sharp knife or scalpel : clean and well-defined
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