carve

Part of speech: noun

Carver.

Part of speech: verb

To make or decorate by cutting or chiseling; sculpture.

Part of speech: verb

To cut up, as cooked meat.

Part of speech: noun

Carving.

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Usage examples "carve":

  1. All you ever knew about football I could carve on granite and put in my eye and never feel it. - "At Good Old Siwash", George Fitch.
  2. How, then, could they carve wood, and that of the hardest kind? - "Incidents of Travel in Yucatan, Vol. I.", John L. Stephens.
  3. I like to think of a young man like Gotch, good and strong, going off to carve himself out a place in a new country. - "The Honour of the Clintons", Archibald Marshall.