carver

Carved vs Carver - What's the difference?

carved | carver |


As a verb carved

is (carve).

As an adjective carved

is of an object, made by carving.

As a proper noun carver is

.

Carver vs Carven - What's the difference?

carver | carven |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As an adjective carven is

made by carving, especially when intricately or artistically done.

Carver vs Sculpture - What's the difference?

carver | sculpture |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As a noun sculpture is

(uncountable) the art of shaping figures or designs in the round or in relief, professionally performed by a sculptor.

As a verb sculpture is

to fashion something into a three-dimensional figure.

Carver vs Engraver - What's the difference?

carver | engraver |


As nouns the difference between carver and engraver

is that carver is someone who carves while engraver is a person who engraves.

Carver vs Graver - What's the difference?

carver | graver |


As nouns the difference between carver and graver

is that carver is someone who carves while graver is a burin.

As an adjective graver is

(grave).

Armchair vs Carver - What's the difference?

armchair | carver |


As nouns the difference between armchair and carver

is that armchair is a chair with supports for the arms or elbows while carver is someone who carves.

As an adjective armchair

is (figuratively) remote from actual involvement, including a person retired from previously active involvement.

Butcher vs Carver - What's the difference?

butcher | carver |


As nouns the difference between butcher and carver

is that butcher is a person who prepares and sells meat (and sometimes also slaughters the animals) while carver is someone who carves.

As a verb butcher

is to slaughter (animals) and prepare (meat) for market.

Carver vs Carve - What's the difference?

carver | carve |

Carver is a derived term of carve.


As nouns the difference between carver and carve

is that carver is someone who carves while carve is (obsolete) a carucate.

As a verb carve is

(archaic) to cut.

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