chiseled

[ chiz-uhld ]
/ ˈtʃɪz əld /

adjective

cut, shaped, etc., with a chisel: chiseled stone.
sharply or clearly shaped; clear-cut: She has finely chiseled features.

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Also especially British, chis·elled .

Origin of chiseled

First recorded in 1730–40; chisel + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM chiseled

un·chis·eled, adjectiveun·chis·elled, adjective
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