n. a small statue; a statue or image in the round much smaller than nature
And Sunday sees actual statuettes being dished out in the first major awards ceremony: the Golden Globes.
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On a tiny satinwood table stood a statuette by Clodion, and beside it lay a copy of Les Cent Nouvelles, bound for Margaret of Valois by Clovis Eve and powdered with the gilt daisies that Queen had selected for her device.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde Context
Clare had called her to show a statuette that he had been buying for her; but her appearance, as she came on, impressed him suddenly and painfully.
Uncle Tom's Cabin By Harriet Beecher Stowe Context