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incrusted (comparative more incrusted, superlative most incrusted)

  1. Alternative spelling of encrusted
    • Alexander Winchell (1824–1891)
      It gathers into a vaporous envelope, constituting a true atmosphere or nephelosphere. This precipitates an aqueous rain, the homologue of the molten rain of earlier times, which ultimately finds a resting-place upon the incrusted nucleus.
    • 1887, Frederic Henry Balfour, Leaves from my Chinese Scrapbook, Chapter 5, page 66:
      It was roofed in with gold and silver beams, incrusted with pearls and jade.