Definition of inscriptional in English:

inscriptional

adjective

See inscription

  • ‘Further, photography does not allow the ‘presence’ of its author; his inscriptional authenticity is never really an issue as it can be in the graphic art mediums.’
  • ‘The archaeological and inscriptional evidence of sites on land near shore indicate a possible date of construction of these structures between 1,500 to 1,200 years before present.’
  • ‘The presentation of literary, inscriptional, archaeological, and architectural information (measurements are given in meters) is full, with concise and very helpful and up-to-date bibliographical documentation in footnotes.’
  • ‘Most of the votive statues and reliefs that we have, on the other hand, are now without their bases or pedestals, and without the inscriptional evidence these might have provided.’
  • ‘The font is also an inscriptional font, but in this case, the whole style of the typeface is used only once in the capitalization mode.’

Pronunciation

inscriptional

/ɪnˈskrɪpʃ(ə)nl/