having a surface or shape molded, marked, carved, indented, etc., by or as if by sculpture:
sculptured leather belts.
the art of carving, modeling, welding, or otherwise producing figurative or abstract works of art in three dimensions, as in relief, intaglio, or in the round.
such works of art collectively.
an individual piece of such work.
verb (used with object), sculptured, sculpturing.
to carve, model, weld, or otherwise produce (a piece of sculpture).
to produce a portrait or image of in this way; represent in sculpture.
Physical Geography. to change the form of (the land surface) by erosion.
verb (used without object), sculptured, sculpturing.
to work as a sculptor.
the art of making figures or designs in relief or the round by carving wood, moulding plaster, etc, or casting metals, etc
works or a work made in this way
ridges or indentations as on a shell, formed by natural processes
the gradual formation of the landscape by erosion
verb (mainly transitive)
(also intransitive) to carve, cast, or fashion (stone, bronze, etc) three dimensionally
to portray (a person, etc) by means of sculpture
to form in the manner of sculpture, esp to shape (landscape) by erosion
to decorate with sculpture
[skuhlp-chuh-resk] /ˌskʌlp tʃəˈrɛsk/ adjective 1. suggesting sculpture: the sculpturesque beauty of her face. sculpturesque /ˌskʌlptʃəˈrɛsk/ adjective 1. resembling sculpture
noun 1. culch (def 3).
- Scultetus bandage
Scultetus bandage Scul·te·tus bandage (skəl-tē’təs) n. See many-tailed bandage.
noun 1. a film or layer of foul or extraneous matter that forms on the surface of a liquid. 2. refuse or offscourings. 3. a low, worthless, or evil person. 4. such persons collectively; riffraff; dregs. 5. scoria (def 1). verb (used with object), scummed, scumming. 6. to remove the scum from. 7. to remove […]