But along the edge of the oven were graven the signs of the eight elemental forces.
She faced Hendricks, who had stood there like a graven image, watching her.
"I ain't exactly a graven image, now that you mention it," he admitted.
Has existence only to unroll a tableau, every detail of which is graven on my heart?
Darn him, like a graven image there, the only mute, immovable thing in that turmoil!
But his real monument will never be one graven by art or man's device.
His collar of brass, with its graven name, bore evidence to his words.
Frankle's face was a graven mask as he searched their faces dispassionately.
The recollection of that afternoon will always be graven on my mind.
Louisa might as well have been a graven image for all the response she gave.