insetted

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insetted

  1. simple past tense and past participle of inset
    • 1969, Michael Hutchins, Typographics: a designer's handbook of printing techniques (page 87)
      The folded sections are insetted (one put inside the other) and are then stitched through the folded backs to clinch at the centre spread. No allowance in the back margin is necessary for this binding method.

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