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Definition of "woodcarver" []

  • The act of carving wood, esp as an art form (noun)
  • A work of art produced by carving wood (noun)
  • A person who is skilled at woodcarving (noun)

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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."