In*sculp" (?), v. t. [L. insculpere: cf. F. insculper. See 1st In-, and Sculptor.]

To engrave; to carve; to sculpture.

[Obs. & R.]

Shak.

Which he insculped in two likely stones. Drayton.

 

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