Definition of embossment in English:

embossment

noun

  • See emboss

    • ‘The resulting welds are localized at predetermined points by projections, embossments, or intersections.’
    • ‘At an embossing station, at least one embossment is provided in at least each of the laminations preceding the last lamination.’
    • ‘It was ornately decorated with gold embossment, and the plain gray pants that Will wore only further served to glorify the coat.’
    • ‘The snow was caught on the edges of the raised decorations and words, filling the indented words and giving it a white embossment.’
    • ‘Nevertheless, this ‘honor’ was soon humiliatingly diluted when North Carolina was acknowledged for being ‘First in Flight’ (with an embossment of a bi-plane).’