sculpt

play
verb \ˈskəlpt\

Examples of sculpt in a sentence

  1. She carefully sculpted the wood.

  2. The children painted and sculpted all morning.

  3. Sculpt your back with push-ups.

Origin and Etymology of sculpt

French sculpter, alteration of obsolete sculper, from Latin sculpere


First Known Use: 1864


SCULPT Defined for English Language Learners

sculpt

play
verb \ˈskəlpt\

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

sculpt

play
verb \ˈskəlpt\

Definition of sculpt for Students

sculpted

sculpting

sculptor

\ˈskəlp-tər\ noun


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