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Use "woodcarver" in a sentence
"In some respects, McIntire as a woodcarver is the Federal American counterpart of St.art England's virtuoso Grinling Gibbons (1648-1721) who carved in oak such lasting masterpieces as the choir stalls and organ case for St. Paul's Cathedral in London."
"Why had Nadine lived in the mean street with the so-called woodcarver and his wife?"
"To cap it, on the final page a woodcarver approaches the two, checks to make sure their paint is dry, then tucks them under his arm and walks off."