Carvings [noun]

Definition of Carvings:

cut, slit

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Sentence/Example of Carvings:

NoPg 84 cathedral in all England can approach it in elaborate carvings and furnishings or in interesting relics and memorials.

Peterborough was stripped of most of its images and carvings by Cromwell's soldiers and its windows are modern and inferior.

The carvings consisted of the horn handle of a dagger, cut into the shape of a reindeer, and other forms.

Two houses were remarkable for their size and the uncommonly fine execution of the wood carvings.

The carvings beneath these seats are of different designs, generally grotesque.

The most important of these carvings which remains is in the cathedral of Ravenna.

The cold hoar frost glistened on the tombstones, and sparkled like rows of gems, among the stone carvings of the old church.

The pyramid was a crude-looking thing of undressed stone, without carvings or decorations.

But in the vast profusion of carvings on the faade these were almost lost.

In the rooms above, kept with reverence by the bronze-maker who occupies them, admirable panelling and carvings are found.