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chiselled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchiselledchis‧elled British English, chiseled American English /ˈtʃɪzəld/ adjective [usually before noun]  if a man has chiselled features, his chin, mouth, nose etc have a strong clear shapechiselled features/chin/mouth/nose etc his chiselled good looks
Examples from the Corpus
chiselledBehind the plate is a chiselled cavity.The sergeant admired the man's chiselled chin and ebony black hair glistening with gel.Surviving daguerreotype self-portraits reveal a slim figure with strongly chiselled features.The sick, chiselled visage of Frankenstein returned before my eyes.chiselled features/chin/mouth/nose etcSurviving daguerreotype self-portraits reveal a slim figure with strongly chiselled features.The sergeant admired the man's chiselled chin and ebony black hair glistening with gel.
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