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  • adj. Capable of being carved.


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carve +‎ -able


  • This crazy might have included a trip to the supermarket down the road, where they might have had a huge cardboard box, that might have been filled with big carvable pumpkins.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Second, maybe these folks find that it's more fun to grow them into carvable size and display them than it is to consume them when they're dainty and then gift (what a new verb!) everyone near them with radish breath and other unpleasantness.

    Radish Night in Oaxaca

  • It is needless to remark that we took care, this time, to be provided with something at once substantial and carvable.

    The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (Rev. C. L. Dodgson)

  • In other words, an intelligence which aims at fabricating is an intelligence which never stops at the actual form of things nor regards it as final, but, on the contrary, looks upon all matter as if it were carvable at will.

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • Human designed pillars can be found anywhere and are commonly made of marble or other carvable rock -- not basalt.

    Evolution News & Views

  • After a second straight day of rain-drenched training Friday, skiers were mostly upbeat about the conditions - a top layer of soft, eminently carvable frozen slush between the moguls that lead into frozen-solid jumps thanks to tubes of dry ice that have been installed beneath the ramps.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • La Luz de Jesus Gallery holds an opening reception for "Iced Out," an exhibit by Scott Hove that features fake cakes made out of carvable polyurethane foam and plywood.


  • A 20 inch carvable artificial pumpkin (you can use a real pumpkin if you would like)



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