Superscribe



verb (used with object), superscribed, superscribing.
1.
to write (words, letters, one’s name, address, etc.) above or on something.
2.
to inscribe or mark with writing at the top or on the outside or surface of; put an inscription above or on:
to superscribe the cover of a text with corrections.
verb
1.
(transitive) to write (an inscription, name, etc) above, on top of, or outside

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