Did you perhaps mean carved?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of carve.
“Nobody thinks that rain carves statues or that wind swings axes or that "chance" creates life forms.”
“And it looks like it "carves", meaning it tilts into a corner in the same way a motorcycle does!”
“And we already know that it was one of the most astonishingly UGLY hoaxes in recent American politics: Black "Obama supporter" robs, gropes and then "carves" a "B" for Barack backwards on the face of a Tareyton ad fake McCain staffer”
“Illustrations, 'i.p. 215) both adduce quotations [as to' carves '], but they have missed the most apposite, _pointed out by Dr. Rimbault_ in his edition of Sir Thomas Overbury's Works, 8vo., 1856, p. 50. ”
“An Indian trader carves out a small niche for himself in an unnamed town that is in fact Kisangani, the site of the surreal urban warfare in Jason Stearns's book.”
“Smart stuff from him.108th over: Pakistan 295-8 Akmal 29 Ajmal 1 Akmal carves a short ball past slip, but Anderson dives across and intercepts the shot with his fingertips.”
“Princess Kay and her court each spend one day sitting in a revolving cooler while Linda Christensen, an artist who now lives in Oceanside, Calif., carves their likenesses in 90 pounds of butter.”
“In the movie, she is a prostitute and he is a mogul who carves up failing companies for his own profit.”
“One of my favorite quotes of all time about loss is by Kahlil Gibran: "The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain.”
“So in between Bobby Bottleservice's tight security, Fabrice Fabrice manning the craft-services table, El Chupacabra on the radio and Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland John Mulaney at the bar, Kroll carves out a stand-up routine that includes riffs on the DMV, Michael Jackson, traveling, and cats and dogs. — Joe Friedrich”
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