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Sculptor

Sculp·tor / ˈskəlptər/ Astron. a faint southern constellation (the Sculptor or Sculptor's Workshop), between Grus and Cetus. ∎  [as genitive] (Sculp·to·ris / skəlpˈtôris/ ) used with a preceding letter or numeral to designate a star in this constellation: the star Delta Sculptoris.

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sculp·tor / ˈskəlptər/ • n. an artist who makes sculptures.

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