ALL meanings of chiseled

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  • adjective chiseled If you say that someone, usually a man, has chiseled features, you mean that their face has a strong, clear bone structure. 3
  • adjective chiseled cut or shaped with a chisel 3
  • adjective chiseled finely wrought, as if shaped by a chisel 3
  • noun chiseled (of wood or stone ) shaped or cut with a chisel. 1
  • adjective chiseled cut, shaped, etc., with a chisel: chiseled stone. 1
  • adjective chiseled sharply or clearly shaped; clear-cut: She has finely chiseled features. 1
  • noun chiseled a wedgelike tool with a cutting edge at the end of the blade, often made of steel, used for cutting or shaping wood, stone, etc. 1
  • noun chiseled chisel plow. 1
  • noun chiseled (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the constellation Caelum. 1
  • verb with object chiseled to cut, shape, or fashion by or as if by carving with a chisel. 1
  • verb with object chiseled to cheat or swindle (someone): He chiseled me out of fifty dollars. 1
  • verb with object chiseled to get (something) by cheating or trickery: He chiseled fifty dollars out of me. 1
  • verb without object chiseled to work with a chisel. 1
  • verb without object chiseled to trick; cheat. 1
  • verb chiseled (US) simple past tense and past participle of chisel. 0
  • adjective chiseled (US, of a face) Having strongly defined facial features. 0
  • adjective chiseled (of a physique) Having well-developed muscles with minimal bodyfat. 0
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