Definition of Enfaced
1. enface [v] - See also: enface
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enfaced
Literary usage of Enfaced
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the Canadian Bankers' Association by Canadian Bankers' Association (1899)
"If a bill is drawn in sterling from Dunedin, NZ, on London, England, and enfaced payable at bank then become the drawee of the bill, and can the bill be ..."
2. A Counting-house Dictionary: Containing an Explanation of the Technical by Richard Bithell (1903)
"enfaced Paper. This name is given to the Bonds or Certificates of certain India Loans. They are so called because they are marked or ..."
3. Memorandum on the Progress of the Madras Presidency During the Last Forty by Seshayangar Srinivasa Raghavaiyangar (1893)
"The bills drawn by the Bank of England for the payment in England of interest on Indian securities enfaced for that purpose will increase exports from India ..."
4. Journal of the Institute of Bankers by Institute of Bankers (Great Britain) (1893)
"(b) " enfaced Paper. This name is given to the Bonds or " Certificates of certain ... They are so called because " they are marked or ' enfaced' on the top, ..."