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daub

an unskilful or crude painting

daub

1. A material such as clay, mortar, mud, or plaster (often mixed with straw), used as infilling between logs, as a coating over walls, or as plaster in wattle-and-daub.
2. To coat roughly with plaster or mud.
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A cannabis leaf was also daubed on the bridge, which was built in the 1400s to replace the wooden one Wallace fought for in 1297.
Patrick Noone, licensee at Birkdale's The George pub, discovered the terror slogans had been daubed across his property after a friend tipped him off.
A specific person was mentioned in the graffiti which may hold a clue to who daubed it.
Once they have completed a pattern, they win - even if they have daubed other numbers not featured in the pattern.
Dismay as yobs daub cenotaph in graffiti just days before Remembrance Day service By HYWEL TREWYN VANDALS daubed a cenotaph with graffiti days before services to remember the war dead.
On October 6, vandals daubed obscene graffiti on the shop's front door.
Police are investigating after anti-English graffiti was daubed on stables belonging to a Cardiff couple who recently moved to west Wales, while one of their horses was injured.
She had no teeth so we took her beef, put it in the blender, then daubed it on the plate.
DISGRACE: Daubed swastika' MEMORIES: Frank Tombs & Gordon Kingscott, both 75
ANTI-Muslim graffiti has been daubed across a Catholic family's home.
His works are mostly medium-size panels of unprimed stretched canvas, linen, or wool, daubed with chlorine, bleach, and dye and/or adorned with bits of fabric.
That's exactly what choripan is, a garlic-laced sausage sandwich, usually on a French-style roll daubed generously with Argentina's marvelous chimichurri sauce.