noun stat·u·ary \ˈsta-chə-ˌwer-ē\

: a collection of statues

plural stat·u·ar·ies

Full Definition of STATUARY

:  sculptor
a :  the art of making statues
b :  a collection of statues :  statues

Examples of STATUARY

  1. a fine example of late Renaissance statuary

First Known Use of STATUARY


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Definition of STATUARY

:  of, relating to, or suitable for statues

First Known Use of STATUARY



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