carve

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  • I am still trying to carve out my own name and my own music.
  • Then, when you attempt to carve, do the best you can every time. Cited from Carving and Serving, by Mrs. D. A. Lincoln
  • They may be left plain, or they may be carved in low relief.
  • A large number of them have been carved in the shape of a fish.
  • A base camp was set up at its base and roads carved out of the mountain.
  • But his heavy young hands could carve things like birds and flowers perfectly. Cited from Christmas Stories And Legends, by Various
  • He knows what Germany needs and he will carve her way towards it. Cited from Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • After it gets quite cold set on the ice until ready to carve. Cited from Good Things to Eat as Suggested by Rufus, by Rufus Estes
  • Care should be taken to carve in such a way as to get the best effect. Cited from Carving and Serving, by Mrs. D. A. Lincoln
  • They have been able to carve out a place for themselves but it has not been easy.
  • They had been determined to carve out a land which could be safe for ever.
  • One cannot learn by simply seeing a person carve a few times. Cited from Carving and Serving, by Mrs. D. A. Lincoln
  • They were unable to save her leg, so they carved a small wooden one for her.
  • It's hard enough for a woman to carve herself an independent role in music.
  • He sought to carve out for France a great power status in the world.
  • It is carved with a letter, usually the sign of the family, village, town or city.
  • One is carved directly into the rock and the second made adjacent to it at a later date.
  • Old Carve would have got eight hundred for that like a shot. Cited from The Great Adventure, by Arnold Bennett [AKA: Enoch Arnold Bennett]
  • She began her career after she moved to Mexico with her family, learning to carve wood.
  • And now yet we carve out land for them as resources, and allow the three men to be together?
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Meaning of carve

  • verb Form by carving
    Carve a flower from the ice
  • verb Engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface
    carve one's name into the bark
  • verb Cut to pieces
    Father carved the ham