statuary

[ stach-oo-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF statuary

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Hence, our architecture and statuary is massive and of immense proportions.

It was marvellous; the only piece of statuary worth looking at in the Salon.

A statuary was directed to inscribe on a monument the age of the deceased, namely 81.

There is perhaps no finer piece of statuary in the East than this.

Are there any interesting buildings or statuary in the park?

Then he discussed with his friend, Mr. Cheere, as to adding works of statuary.

"And decorate a bit of statuary," shouted the lad with a laugh.

Evidently, this was the statuary described by the whiskered youth.

Her complexion was marble-white, like that of the finest piece of statuary.

He has also presented a beautiful piece of statuary to the State of California.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, "statue sculptor," from Latin statuarius, from statua (see statue). Meaning "statues collectively" is from 1670s.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR STATUARY

statue

nountrophy or memorial
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