- v. UK present participle of chisel.
“One thing I hate about sports is just how interested so many fans are in chiselling the players they supposedly root for. notchris Says:”
“One thing I hate about sports is just how interested so many fans are in chiselling the players they supposedly root for.”
“From my companion, the prince-hierarch, I learned it was begun by an ancient Pharaoh of the same name, one of the kings of the oldest dynasty, who conceived the idea of chiselling into these grand proportions a mass of rock, which, projecting from the Libyan hills, nearly obstructed the view of the principal pyramid.”
“An ancient human skull is embedded in the entrance shaft, which bears Sabaean chiselling.”
“Lucy is joined by Chloe Fontaine, little sister of the legend that is Seb, who's also chiselling out a decent-sized rep for herself of late with several London residencies, studio productions and international gigs.”
“Here, in depths of just five metres or so, divers can make a leisurely exploration of the reef, or the coral fingers known as spur-and-groove formations, taking in everything from iridescent parrot fish chiselling into the coral to the steady progress of a conch as it makes its way along the sandy seabed.”
“Last Monday the players at my anti-writersblock roleplay graced me by giving me a rough shape and a glorious mental image of what the ending of my novel could look like and ever since I've been chiselling out words and sentences.”
“Only that chiselling on your expenses is acceptable.”
“Yet even when you're sure the bottom of this barrel has been well and truly scraped, some chiselling retailer always manages to discover a concealed basement to the cask.”
“Real poetry should be as intricate and involved as chiselling a David out of a block of quarried marble.”
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