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- Noun

The art of carving, cutting, or hewing wood, stone, metal, etc., into statues, ornaments, etc., or into figures, as of men, or other things; hence, the art of producing figures and groups, whether in plastic or hard materials.

- Verb

To form with the chisel on, in, or from, wood, stone, or metal; to carve; to engrave.

- Noun

Carved work modeled of, or cut upon, wood, stone, metal, etc.

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