sculpturesque

adjective
sculp·​tur·​esque | \ ˌskəlp-chə-ˈresk \

Definition of sculpturesque

: done in the manner of or resembling sculpture

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Other Words from sculpturesque

sculpturesquely adverb

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Under the stage lights, her colored lengths—which at times read more icy than bold, and were either left free to head-bang with or curled and capped off by a black, sculpturesque topper—appeared otherworldly. Christian Allaire, Vogue, "Lady Gaga Opens “Enigma” With a Bold New Hair Color—And it’s Major," 29 Dec. 2018 Sure, the majority of hairstyles in the Seven Kingdoms are actual sorcery, with crisscrossed braids of sculpturesque perfection, but who has time for that? Chloe Metzger, Marie Claire, "The Prettiest Half-Up Hairstyle for Battling a Sh*t Ton of White Walkers," 15 Aug. 2017 Sure, the majority of hairstyles in the Seven Kingdoms are actual sorcery, with crisscrossed braids of sculpturesque perfection, but who has time for that? Chloe Metzger, Marie Claire, "The Prettiest Half-Up Hairstyle for Battling a Sh*t Ton of White Walkers," 15 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of sculpturesque

1835, in the meaning defined above

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