US modeling

/ (ˈmɒdəlɪŋ) /

  1. the act or an instance of making a model

  2. the practice or occupation of a person who models clothes

  1. a technique in psychotherapy in which the therapist encourages the patient to model his behaviour on his own

Words Nearby modelling

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How to use modelling in a sentence

  • From its difficulty it should not be taken as a study by a beginner, for modelling and color are difficult enough at best.

    The Painter in Oil | Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst
  • A little curly strand on her forehead played charmingly in the wind which blew her skirts close around her in fine modelling.

    Jaffery | William J. Locke
  • In the stern, sculpturesque modelling of his naked figures he displays remarkable power.

  • I ought to get plenty of ideas for my modelling, oughtn't I, Nick?

    The Tragic Muse | Henry James