Examples of sculpt in a Sentence
She carefully sculpted the wood.
The children painted and sculpted all morning.
Sculpt your back with push-ups.
Recent Examples of sculpt from the Web
There, a young Diana is told by her mother, the Amazon Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen), how the latter sculpted her out of clay and then had the god Zeus breathe life into her.
The Paul Ecke Jr. Garden Show has a number of new attractions, including a 24-square-foot Western scene sand sculpture, sculpted live using 75 tons of sand.
He's being sculpted into Julio, Jordy, Dez and Fitz.
Garmezy estimates there are only about a half-dozen glass artists around the world who sculpt glass.
The pollen fields, while sculpted, resemble Mark Rothko’s vibrant geometric paintings.
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Origin and Etymology of sculpt
French sculpter, alteration of obsolete sculper, from Latin sculpere
First Known Use: 1864See Words from the same year
SCULPT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sculpt for English Language Learners
: to make (something) by carving or molding clay, stone, etc. : to make (a sculpture)
: to make (a part of your body) more muscular by doing exercises
SCULPT Defined for Kids
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