A figure made of wax, especially a life-size wax effigy of a famous person.(noun)
An exhibition of wax figures in a museum.(noun)
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Use "waxwork" in a sentence
"They will exist for posterity only in waxwork figures and in a few scant pages of history."
"Slimmed down Shane a waxwork Warney SHANE Warne is again hitting the headlines, as the Aussie spin king sheds weight and uses face creams to achieve a glistening new look that has seen him described as a waxwork."
"The waxwork has been a latest addition in the recently breaking taboos about Hitler in Germany after more than sixty years of the holocaust."