incrust


incrust
incrustant, adj., n.
/in krust"/, v.t.
1. to cover or line with a crust or hard coating.
2. to form into a crust.
3. to deposit as a crust.
v.i.
4. to form a crust: They scraped off the barnacles that always incrusted on the ship's hull.
Also, encrust.
[1635-45; < L incrustare. See IN-2, CRUST]

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