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sculpturesque

[ skuhlp-chuh-resk ]
/ ˌskʌlp tʃəˈrɛsk /
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adjective
suggesting sculpture: the sculpturesque beauty of her face.
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Origin of sculpturesque

First recorded in 1825–35; sculpture + -esque

OTHER WORDS FROM sculpturesque

sculp·tur·esque·ly, adverbsculp·tur·esque·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for sculpturesque

sculpturesque
/ (ˌskʌlptʃəˈrɛsk) /

adjective
resembling sculpture

Derived forms of sculpturesque

sculpturesquely, adverbsculpturesqueness, noun
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