EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCULPTOR
A sculptor was set to work to carve a new one from the ruin.
A stroke of the mallet may be more effective than the sculptor had hoped; but it was intended.
Not for myself, but for a sculptor I know who's on the look-out for a Psyche.
The sculptor, delighted, gave a long pull at his pipe, and blew a cloud of smoke.
Then the laughter began again, while the sculptor stammered his explanations.
The sculptor shrugged his shoulders amidst the general laughter.
You are a sculptor, Socrates, and have made statues of our governors faultless in beauty.
I know that Pheidias is a sculptor, and that Homer is a poet; but what appellation is given to Protagoras?
On this table were some sculptor's tools—a chisel and a small mallet, with which she had been working.
I admire also Sophocles as a tragedian, Polycleitus as a sculptor, and Zeuxis as a painter.
1630s, from Latin sculptor "one who cuts or carves," agent noun from sculpt-, past participle stem of sculpere "to carve" (see sculpture). Fem. form sculptress attested from 1660s.