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1. One that cuts or carves stone.
2. A machine that is used to dress stone.

stone′cut′ting n.


1. (Building) a person who is skilled in cutting and carving stone
2. (Building) a machine used to dress stone
ˈstoneˌcutting n


(ˈstoʊnˌkʌt ər)

a person or machine that cuts, carves, or dresses stone.
stone′cut`ting, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stonecutter - someone who cuts or carves stonestonecutter - someone who cuts or carves stone  
quarrier, quarryman - a man who works in a quarry


[ˈstəʊnˌkʌtəʳ] n (person) → scalpellino; (machine) → mola
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In Desire, particularly, Bidart works a wide spectrum of poetic strategies, all personalized: heroically spirited if unrhymed couplets; a prose poem that has more the feel of an impassioned essay; a Petrarchan-like sonnet with a homemade metrics and an intentionally disheveled, unprofessional, unscheming rhyme scheme; and, most often, a compulsive verse that even so never seems as free as all that, never seems projectivist, but instead the indelible work of a stonecutter.
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