Examples of carving in a Sentence
She bought a small wooden carving of a Buddha.
an ancient people proficient in stone carving
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The $150 ticket includes first crack at the folk art, including beadwork, carvings, metalwork, jewelry, sculpture and home goods; Moroccan food and drinks; belly dancing; henna tattoos; live music; and more.
Built-in dining room cupboards and living room pocket doors are solid oak, detailed with intricate floral carvings of oak leaves and acorns around their borders.
There are stone carvings there, people and paintings of people swimming in lakes in the Sahara.
This limestone monument is incredibly intricate and adorned with ornate carvings, but the real must see is the 360-degree-view from 275 feet up on the observation level.
Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture Zuni artisans from throughout the Southwest will share expertise in carving, weaving, painting and more.
Various shops, like the Katie Sevigny Studio or the Alaska Ivory Exchange, sell Alaska memorabilia and crafts, like ivory carvings, pottery and vibrant paintings by Alaska artists.
Newspapers at the time reported the deaths of two white men, including one buried in a grave in Oakland’s white cemetery marked by a monument with a carving of Klansmen riding rearing horses.
If horned helmets don’t pique your interest, check out the museum’s other exhibits, including a collection of ship carvings and figureheads.
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CARVING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of carving for English Language Learners
: a carved object, design, or figure
: the act or skill of creating carved objects, designs, or figures
CARVING Defined for Kids
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