Sculp
Sculp Sculp, v. t. [See {Sculptor}.] To sculpture; to carve; to engrave. [Obs. or Humorous.] --Sandys. [1913 Webster]

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  • sculp — abbrev. 1. sculpsit: also sculps 2. sculptor 3. sculpture …   English World dictionary

  • sculp — ex·sculp·tate; in·sculp; sculp·er; sculp·ti·to·ry; sculp·tor; sculp·tress; sculp·tur·al; sculp·tur·er; sculp·tur·esque; sculp; sculp·ture; sculp·tur·al·ly; sculp·tur·esque·ly; …   English syllables

  • sculp. — 1. sculptor. 2. sculptural. 3. sculpture. Also, sculpt. * * * sculp «skuhlp», transitive verb, intransitive verb. Informal. to sculpture: »There s some bohemians up that dirt road there. They all sculp or weave or something (New Yorker). ╂[<… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sculp — See sculp, sculpt …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • sculp — (noun)) 1) the fleshy part of a cod s head, cut off and eaten as a delicacy (Newfoundland); (verb) 2) to cut off the fleshy part of a cod s head (Newfoundland) …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • sculp — /skulp/, v.t. to sculpture; carve or model. [1525 35; < L sculpere to carve] * * * …   Universalium

  • sculp. — 1. sculptor. 2. sculptural. 3. sculpture. Also, sculpt. * * * …   Universalium

  • sculp — skÊŒlp(t) v. sculpture; carve …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sculp. — sculpsit he/she engraved it …   Latin abbreviations

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