Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The business of cutting or hewing stones for walls, monuments, etc.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Hewing or dressing stone.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The hewing or dressing of stone.

Etymologies

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stone +‎ cutting

Examples

  • One of the Crossbone Champs did some part-time stonecutting for the guy who owned the business.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • While he was away a booming jewelry manufacturing industry had sprung up in southern China, started by a small band of Hong Kong diamond merchants who set up stonecutting and polishing factories occupying the gap between low-cost India and ultraluxurious Brussels.

    The Accidental Jeweler

  • In Michoacán, stonecutting has embellished cities like Morelia.

    The artesanias of Michoacan - an introduction

  • In Michoacán, stonecutting has embellished cities like Morelia.

    The artesanias of Michoacan - an introduction

  • One final branch includes toys, leatherwork, stonecutting, wax, pattern-cut paper (papel picado), corn leaves, featherwork, straw painting (popoteria), and pasta de caña (sculpture made from a mixture using the inner core of cornstalks).

    The artesanias of Michoacan - an introduction

  • One of the Crossbone Champs did some part-time stonecutting for the guy who owned the business.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • One final branch includes toys, leatherwork, stonecutting, wax, pattern-cut paper (papel picado), corn leaves, featherwork, straw painting (popoteria), and pasta de caña (sculpture made from a mixture using the inner core of cornstalks).

    The artesanias of Michoacan - an introduction

  • In Michoacán, stonecutting has embellished cities like Morelia.

    The artesanias of Michoacan - an introduction

  • One of the Crossbone Champs did some part-time stonecutting for the guy who owned the business.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • One final branch includes toys, leatherwork, stonecutting, wax, pattern-cut paper (papel picado), corn leaves, featherwork, straw painting (popoteria), and pasta de caña (sculpture made from a mixture using the inner core of cornstalks).

    The artesanias of Michoacan - an introduction

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