Definition of "escutcheoned" [es•cutch•eoned]

  • Having an escutcheon; furnished with a coat of arms or ensign. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "escutcheoned" in a sentence
  • "Each was topped by a chain-draped griffin clutching an escutcheoned shield."
  • "And upon my marvelling at the escutcheoned panels of the ceiling in the room where we are smoking, panels which came from the ancient Palazzo Barberini, I express my regret at the progressive darkening of a certain vase through the ashes of our londrès, Swann having recounted that similar stains on the leaves of certain books attest their having belonged to Napoleon I, books owned, despite his anti-Bonapartist opinions by the Duc de"
  • "At this very moment the great clock of the palatines strikes three -- and awakes the old man in the sleeping chamber of his ancestors, stretched at the foot of the escutcheoned chair."