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Sculptress

ˈskʌlptrəs

Meanings of Sculptress:

noun

A female artist who makes sculptures.

Usage examples:

She's a sculptress and an artist, and her husband, kenny schachter, is also an art dealer.

Meanings of Sculptresses:

noun

A female artist who makes sculptures.

Usage examples:

She's a sculptress and an artist, and her husband, kenny schachter, is also an art dealer.

Sculpts

skʌlpt

Meanings of Sculpts:

verb

Create or represent (something) by carving, casting, or other shaping techniques.

Usage examples:

Sculpting human figures from ivory

Meanings of Sculptural:

adjective

Relating to or resembling sculpture.

Usage examples:

Sculptural decoration

Sculpture

ˈskʌlp.tʃər

Meanings of Sculpture:

noun

The art of making three-dimensional representative or abstract forms, especially by carving stone or wood or by casting metal or plaster.

Usage examples:

The boundary between painting and sculpture is displaced
verb

The art of making two- or three-dimensional representative or abstract forms, especially by carving stone or wood or by casting metal or plaster.

Usage examples:

The boundary between painting and sculpture is displaced

Sculptured

ˈskʌlptʃə

Meanings of Sculptured:

adjective

Shaped in such a way as to resemble sculpture, especially in having strong, smooth curves.

Usage examples:

He had an aquiline nose and sculptured lips
verb

Make or represent (a form) by carving, casting, or other shaping techniques.

Usage examples:

The choir stalls were each carefully sculptured

Meanings of Sculptures:

noun

The art of making three-dimensional representative or abstract forms, especially by carving stone or wood or by casting metal or plaster.

Usage examples:

The boundary between painting and sculpture is displaced
verb

The art of making two- or three-dimensional representative or abstract forms, especially by carving stone or wood or by casting metal or plaster.

Usage examples:

The boundary between painting and sculpture is displaced

Sculpturesque

ˌskʌlptʃəˈrɛsk

Meanings of Sculpturesque:

adjective

Old-fashioned term for sculptural.

Sculpturing

ˈskʌlptʃə

Meanings of Sculpturing:

noun

The action of forming or shaping something by or as if by sculpture.

Usage examples:

The gadget is great for blow-drying, sculpturing, and moulding
verb

Make or represent (a form) by carving, casting, or other shaping techniques.

Usage examples:

The choir stalls were each carefully sculptured

Scum

skʌm

Meanings of Scum:

noun

A layer of dirt or froth on the surface of a liquid.

Usage examples:

Green scum found on stagnant pools
verb

Form a layer of dirt or froth on (a liquid).

Usage examples:

Litter scummed the surface of the water

Scumbag

ˈskʌm.bæɡ

Meanings of Scumbag:

noun

A rude word for a very unpleasant person who has done something dishonest or unacceptable

Scumble

ˈskʌmb(ə)l

Meanings of Scumble:

verb

Modify (a painting or colour) by applying a very thin coat of opaque paint to give a softer or duller effect.

Usage examples:

The area surrounding the main figures will be scumbled
noun

A thin, opaque coat of paint or layer of shading applied to give a softer or duller effect.

Usage examples:

Each is divided in half and painted in complementary blue/green and orange/yellow scumbles.

Scumbled

ˈskʌmb(ə)l

Meanings of Scumbled:

verb

Modify (a painting or colour) by applying a very thin coat of opaque paint to give a softer or duller effect.

Usage examples:

The area surrounding the main figures will be scumbled
noun

A thin, opaque coat of paint or layer of shading applied to give a softer or duller effect.

Usage examples:

Each is divided in half and painted in complementary blue/green and orange/yellow scumbles.

Meanings of Scumbles:

verb

Modify (a painting or colour) by applying a very thin coat of opaque paint to give a softer or duller effect.

Usage examples:

The area surrounding the main figures will be scumbled
noun

A thin, opaque coat of paint or layer of shading applied to give a softer or duller effect.

Usage examples:

Each is divided in half and painted in complementary blue/green and orange/yellow scumbles.

Meanings of Scumbling:

verb

Modify (a painting or colour) by applying a very thin coat of opaque paint to give a softer or duller effect.

Usage examples:

The area surrounding the main figures will be scumbled
noun

A thin, opaque coat of paint or layer of shading applied to give a softer or duller effect.

Usage examples:

Each is divided in half and painted in complementary blue/green and orange/yellow scumbles.

Scummed

skʌm

Meanings of Scummed:

verb

Form a layer of dirt or froth on (a liquid).

Usage examples:

Litter scummed the surface of the water
noun

A layer of dirt or froth on the surface of a liquid.

Usage examples:

Green scum found on stagnant pools

Scummer

ˈskʌmə

Meanings of Scummer:

noun

A person who attacks and robs ships at sea; a pirate.

Usage examples:

So came to its dramatic close the life of this scummer of the sea.

Scummers

ˈskʌmə

Meanings of Scummers:

noun

A person who attacks and robs ships at sea; a pirate.

Usage examples:

So came to its dramatic close the life of this scummer of the sea.

Meanings of Scummier:

adjective

Scummy water or another liquid is covered with a layer of an unpleasant substance

Usage examples:

A scummy pool, a scummy part of town, a scummy way to treat someone

Scummiest

ˈskʌm.i

Meanings of Scummiest:

adjective

Scummy water or another liquid is covered with a layer of an unpleasant substance

Usage examples:

A scummy pool, a scummy part of town, a scummy way to treat someone

Meanings of Scumming:

verb

Form a layer of dirt or froth on (a liquid).

Usage examples:

Litter scummed the surface of the water
noun

A layer of dirt or froth on the surface of a liquid.

Usage examples:

Green scum found on stagnant pools

Meanings of Scummy:

adjective

Scummy water or another liquid is covered with a layer of an unpleasant substance

Usage examples:

A scummy pool, a scummy part of town, a scummy way to treat someone

Scums

skʌm

Meanings of Scums:

verb

Form a layer of dirt or froth on (a liquid).

Usage examples:

Litter scummed the surface of the water
noun

A layer of dirt or froth on the surface of a liquid.

Usage examples:

Green scum found on stagnant pools

Meanings of Scuncheon:

noun

The inside face of a door jamb or window frame.

Scunge

skʌn(d)ʒ

Meanings of Scunge:

noun

Dirt; scum.

Usage examples:

This glass has scunge on it

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