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
For nearly 20 years multi-instrumentalist Scott Hirsch has quietly sculpted rich landscapes of expansive Americana in San Francisco’s the Court and Spark.
Meanwhile Larry Sims, Blige’s hairstylist for the photo shoot, focused on sculpting her shoulder-length curls.
Madison metalsmith Hiroko Yamada has sculpted an enormous dragonfly in honor of the American Red Cross.
Wallace had assumed she was done with sculpting for good.
Furst’s attention to detail in sculpting a setting rife with the stark geometry of gothic and art deco architecture ensured that Gotham became a character in its own right.
After researching this medieval European folklore figure, Kosiba sculpted a 3-foot-tall rendition.
In Cambridgeshire and Cornwall, Arts and Minds, a charity, runs weekly workshops, part-funded by councils, where patients can sketch and sculpt.
African statues from 2,500 years ago depict hair braided along the scalp and sculpted into elaborate geometric designs.
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Origin and Etymology of sculpt
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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