Definitions

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  • noun One who carves
  • noun dated carving knife
  • noun dated butcher

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Mr. CULLY: I became a pumpkin carver in autumn of 1988, and my wife and I had a 400 pound pumpkin at the time, as I recall, a little over 400 pounds.

    The Master Carver Vs. The 1,800-Pound Pumpkin

  • SIMON: Mr. Cully, how did you become a master pumpkin carver?

    The Master Carver Vs. The 1,800-Pound Pumpkin

  • Mike sez, Last month's visit to Washington DC saw the usual exchange of diplomatic gifts - Gordon Brown gave President Obama a pen holder carver from the timbers of a ship involved in the fight against slavery.

    Boing Boing

  • At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year.

    Radish Night in Oaxaca

  • At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year.

    Radish Night in Oaxaca

  • At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year.

    Radish Night in Oaxaca

  • At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year.

    Radish Night in Oaxaca

  • At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year.

    Radish Night in Oaxaca

  • At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year.

    Radish Night in Oaxaca

  • At the end of the night, the winning carver is announced, and the radishes of Oaxaca can rest easy for another year.

    Radish Night in Oaxaca

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