chiseled : Definition, Usages, News and More

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chi zuhld

  • v  engage in deceitful behavior; practice trickery or fraud
  • v  deprive somebody of something by deceit
    They chiseled me out of my money
  • v  carve with a chisel
  • s  having a clean and distinct outline as if precisely cut along the edges
    a finely chiseled nose

  • With his chiseled jaw and winning smile, Liu has already been tapped as a pitchman for Coca-Cola and Nike.
  • I entered my first cave by walking through a narrow 20-foot passage chiseled into a 60-degree mountain slope.
  • Putin is unmistakably Russian, with chiseled facial features and those penetrating eyes.
News & Articles


  • Nolan Richardson in ESPN
    We're thrilled to have her,Richardson said, according to the Tulsa World. "In the workouts last week I saw how hard she works. She has things you can't teach, like speed and great hand and eye coordination. She looks chiseled. Her age [34]...
  • Barack Obama in Voice of America
    When she ascends those marble steps to assume her seat on the highest court of the land, America will take another important step towards realizing the ideal that's chiseled above its entrance, equal justice under the law,President Obama said.
  • Enrico Colantoni in Fresno Bee (registration)
    With this kind of show, it is usually the good-looking, chiseled guy who gets to play the cop,says Colantoni during a telephone interview in June.

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