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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sculp.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See sculpsit.


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  • And a woman who was proficient at cutting cod tongues and sculps for local consumption was a highly regarded worker as well.

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  • Besides, they say that if one paints or sculps or models, one ought to know all about glands, because of the way they enlarge your jaw and alter your face, or something.

    The Unpleasantness At The Belladonna Club

  • "Did Tom give you them sculps?" she asked innocently.

    The Crossing

  • "They've took four sculps on this side the valley," he murmured as he loped along at my side.

    A Virginia Scout

  • Then he'd 'a' sneaked north to j'in his red friends and dance his sculps.

    A Virginia Scout

  • He'll need lots o 'sculps an' prisoners to make up for the men he's lost.

    A Virginia Scout

  • I wish the devils had every one of your fat sculps.

    The Crossing

  • The eighteenth has eight stone-carving saints, some with a piece of coloured marble, all named, and all at work: S. S.mplicius, S. S.mphorian, who sculps a figure, S. Claudius, and others.

    A Wanderer in Venice

  • I don't say as there's much chance of our getting away, for I tell you fairly that I don't believe that there's any chance at all; but the chief, here, and his braves don't want their sculps to hang in the wigwams of the Chippewas, and I myself, ef I had the choice, would rather be drownded than shot down.

    True to the Old Flag A Tale of the American War of Independence

  • "War Eagle means to have our sculps this time," Peter said to

    True to the Old Flag A Tale of the American War of Independence


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