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Correct spelling:
incise
Definition:
To cut into; engrave.

Synonyms:

noun
cut into
carve, chisel, engrave, etch.
verb
contact
incise.
cut into
carve, chisel, engrave, etch.
groove
channel, corrugate, dado, dig, flute, furrow, groove, rut.
notch
chink, gash, indent, nick, notch, score, serrate, slit.
separate
alienate, amputate, axe, bisect, break, cleave, cut, detach, disarticulate, disassemble, disassociate, disconnect, disengage, disintegrate, disjoin, dismantle, dissect, dissociate, disunite, divide, divorce, estrange, excise, fragment, halve, insulate, pare, part, remove, rend, rip, scissor, segregate, separate, sever, slice, split, sunder, uncouple, unhinge, Unfix, Unglue, disaffiliate.
Examples of usage:
  1. Why should some rude hand carve thy sacred stone, And there incise a cheap inscription? – Lucasta by Richard Lovelace
  2. Winding streams on plains may thus incise their meanders in solid rock as the plains are gradually uplifted. – The Elements of Geology by William Harmon Norton
  3. But when the stricture is produced by either of the muscles which lie beneath the aponeurosis of the external oblique, it will be necessary to divide this part in order to expose and incise them. – Surgical Anatomy by Joseph Maclise
  4. If, however, the staff can be passed as far as the situation of the stone, the parts may be held with a sufficient degree of steadiness to enable the operator to incise the prostate upon the stone. – Surgical Anatomy by Joseph Maclise
  5. But the old meaning of " write" is to incise, or to cut, or engrave. – Our Catholic Heritage in English Literature of Pre-Conquest Days by Emily Hickey

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