You believe that your body can make everything good; just one glimpse of your sculpted, toned beauty and—poof!
The Ottoman Turkish writer Evliga Celebi looked at its sculpted frieze and saw crocodiles, jinns, demons, mice, and Satan.
sculpted, smoldering, and defiant, he is first presented as the natural enemy of Bohannon, a former slave owner.
Sometimes his leather jackets were sporty and rakish, at others they were sculpted into prim, hourglass shapes.
Despite the image of the sculpted African body, no African nation won an Olympic lifting medal.
The hair, jutting out at angles, was sculpted rather than styled.
Do tell me about something else you made, which you loved—something you sculpted.
At the cathedral doors of Verona, Roland and Oliver were sculpted.
She was dressed in very severe perfect black, marvellous lines, waiting to be sculpted.
Walls were stucco, a form of cement that could be sculpted, or paneled or hung with silk and printed paper.
1826 (implied in sculpted), from French sculpter, from Latin sculpt-, past participle stem of sculpere "to carve" (see sculpture). Related: Sculpting. The older verb form was sculpture (1640s), also sculp (1530s).