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sculpt in Sculpture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsculptsculpt /skʌlpt/ verb [transitive]  AVSto make a particular shape from stone, wood, clay etc→ See Verb table
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sculptBecause she wanted somebody to teach her to paint and to sculpt, and Cresselton had the best teachers.The tour guides say it took a year to sculpt each ceiling.The statue is sculpted in solid marble.Others are like sculpting in stone.Bernhardt stated that she continued to sculpt into old age to remain mentally alert.She wants to try out everything - sculpting, knitting, clay-modelling, sketching - you name it.Louisa especially enjoyed sculpting more creatures and making up stories about how big and scary they were.I wanted to sculpt the stalactites but we could not find the sculptors.J., uses the ancient technique of lost-wax sculpting to create her belts, earrings and other metal accessories.