the art of engraving on wood, or of printing from such engravings.
from xylographs to lead molds; a.d. 1440-a.d. 1921 h. c. forster
mrs. hale’s receipts for the million sarah josepha hale
engraving: its origin, processes, and history henri delaborde
the art, craft, or process of printing from wooden blocks
an engraving on wood. noun an engraving in wood a print taken from a wood block verb (transitive) to print (a design, ill-stration, etc) from a wood engraving
any of three oily, colorless, water-insoluble, flammable, toxic, isomeric liquids, c 8 h 10 , of the benzene series, obtained mostly from coal tar: used chiefly in the manufacture of dyes. historical examples the elements of bacteriological technique john william henry eyre a manual of clinical diagnosis james campbell todd handbook of medical entomology william […]
noun word origin
a wood-eating insect.
growing in or living on wood: xylophilous fungi. historical examples chambers’s twentieth century dictionary (part 4 of 4: s-z and supplements) various