(third-person singular simple present sculps, present participle sculping, simple past and past participle sculped)
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Variant of sculpt
- to carve or model as a sculptor
- to give sculpturelike form to (hair, fabric, etc.)
Origin of sculptFrench sculpter, altered (based on sculpture) ; from sculper ; from Classical Latin sculpere: see sculptor