As for me, I ask no help from any one: I go into the world and will carve out my own way.
A sculptor was set to work to carve a new one from the ruin.
But, mon brave,” said he, “you would find this one a tough swine to carve!
Ambitious, light-hearted, he went to Africa to carve out a name in the army.
Alden sat down at the table and began to carve a roasted chicken.
The general's orders to me were to put you under arrest, not to carve you into small pieces.
But how was I to carve a friend out of this black Bristol at such short notice?
It shall be the last pipe I will ever carve, and I will remember you whilst I carve it.'
He seemed to have been trying to carve his name; for a large E and half of an N were there.
Just in front of him a butler started to carve a duck with a long, sharp knife.