Definition of 'chiselled'
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His chiselled cheekbones and sultry stare wowed the judges of our male model search. The Sun (2015)But that has not stopped thousands of people swooning over his chiselled cheekbones. The Sun (2014)You get the same flawless, chiselled features you see on screen. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ten men with chiselled faces and Kalashnikovs jump out and take up positions. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His chiselled face has lost its hard edge and he suddenly looks older than his 57 years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Its sleek wood-panelled features were matched by the chiselled good looks of its driver. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The floppy hair and chiselled cheekbones make the new Who's geeky ensemble much more chic. The Sun (2009)The London-born actor has shown off his chiselled cheekbones as a model for the luxury fashion brand Burberry and is one of our most promising actors. The Sun (2013)
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