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Another word for plaster

  1. To spread with a greasy, sticky, or dirty substance

      1. To fill (an orchard or an inhabited area) with dense smoke from a smudge pot in order to prevent damage from frost or to repel insects.
      2. To smear or blur (something):
      3. To blur or smear
      1. To make dirty or discolor as by smearing or staining with grime
      2. To sully or dishonor (a reputation, good name, etc.)
      3. To soil, stain, or dirty with or as if with a smearing agent:
      1. To apply (a ) to, so as to leave a coating, mark, etc.
      2. To apply by spreading or daubing:
      3. To apply or daub
      1. To paint coarsely or unskillfully
      2. To apply paint to (a surface) with hasty or crude strokes.
      3. To apply paint or coloring with crude, unskillful strokes.
      1. To put on (paint, etc.) with light, quick strokes
      2. To rub or pat (something) lightly:
      3. To remove or brush away with light strokes:
      1. To smear over; bedaub; soil
      2. To smear.
      1. To smear; soil.
      2. To ornament showily; overdecorate
      3. To ornament in a vulgar, showy fashion.
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Another word for plaster

      1. A hemihydrate of calcium sulfate, made by calcining gypsum, that hardens when moistened and allowed to dry; used to make casts, molds or sculpture
      2. Any of a group of gypsum cements, essentially hemihydrated calcium sulfate, CaSO4 ·12 H2 O, a white powder that forms a paste when it is mixed with water and then hardens into a solid, used in making casts, molds, and sculpture.
      1. Any of various mineral and industrial forms of calcium oxide differing chiefly in water content and percentage of constituents such as magnesia, silica, alumina, and iron.
      2. A light, somewhat yellowish, green colour associated with the fruits of a lime tree.
      3. A white substance, calcium oxide, CaO, obtained by the action of heat on limestone, shells, and other material containing calcium carbonate, and used in making mortar and cement, and, when hydrated, in neutralizing acid soil
      1. A very soft, monoclinic mineral, CaSO42H2O, commonly found with other evaporites in sedimentary rock and used to make plaster of Paris and cement; hydrous calcium sulfate
      2. A widespread colorless, white, or yellowish mineral, CaSO4 · 2H2 O, used in the manufacture of plaster of Paris, various plaster products, and fertilizers.
      1. A kind of cement that hardens under water, made by burning a mixture of limestone and clay or similar materials
      1. A natural outer covering, such as the fur of an animal or the enveloping layer of an organ.
      2. A layer of material covering something else; a coating:
      3. A layer of some substance, as paint, over a surface
      1. The action of one that binds:
      2. (Sports) The fastening on a ski or board for securing the boot, often releasing automatically to prevent injury.
      3. The material that holds the pages of a book together, especially the cover:
      1. A machine in which materials are ground and blended or crushed.
      2. A very hard bowl in which softer substances are ground or pounded to a powder with a pestle
      3. A mixture of cement or lime with sand and water, used between bricks or stones to bind them together in building, or as plaster
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      1. To join or unite with or as with cement
      2. To bind with or as if with cement.
      3. To cover or coat with cement.
      1. To strengthen, secure, or ornament the edges of by a band, as of tape
      2. To cause to cohere or stick together in a mass:
      3. To fasten or wrap by encircling, as with a belt or ribbon:
      1. To cover with a layer of something
      2. To provide or cover with a coat.
      3. To cover with a layer, as of paint.
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