Third-person singular simple present indicative form of carve. (verb)
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Use "carves" in a sentence
"Nobody thinks that rain carves statues or that wind swings axes or that "chance" creates life forms."
"And it looks like it "carves", meaning it tilts into a corner in the same way a motorcycle does!"
"And we already know that it was one of the most astonishingly UGLY hoaxes in recent American politics: Black "Obama supporter" robs, gropes and then "carves" a "B" for Barack backwards on the face of a Tareyton ad fake McCain staffer"