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in·cuse (ĭn-kyo͞oz′, -kyo͞os′) adj.
Formed by hammering, stamping, or pressing:
an incuse design on a coin.
incūdere , incūs-, to forge with a hammer; see incus.] incuse ( ɪnˈkjuːz) n
a design stamped or hammered onto a coin
(Crafts) to impress (a design) in a coin or to impress (a coin) with a design by hammering or stamping
stamped or hammered onto a coin
[C19: from Latin
incūsus hammered; see incus] in•cuse (ɪnˈkyuz, -ˈkyus) adj.
hammered or stamped in, as a figure on a coin.
[1810–20; < Latin
incūdere to indent with a hammer] incuse Past participle: incused Gerund: incusing Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
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