daubing


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daubing

A rough coating of plaster given to a wall by throwing plaster against it. See also: Plaster

dabbing, daubing

Dressing a stone surface with a special pointed tool to produce a pitted appearance.

daubing

1. See dabbing.
2. A rough coating of plaster given to a wall by throwing plaster against it.
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TWO years ago Liverpool artists Sophie Backhouse and Ian Town were facing a possible jail sentence for daubing trains with graffiti.
Shirley Park where yobs are making youngsters' lives a misery and daubing graffiti.
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ARTIST Andrew Vicari has refused to paint Saddam Hussein - because he is daubing Jonathan Davies.
They've sprayed all over it, putting glasses on the face and daubing genitalia in places.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after vandals went on a wrecking spree trashing ornaments and daubing a house with graffiti.
Mating season arrives, and Augustin actually gets so jealous of an interloping male cat he takes to daubing himself with mud ``spots'' and padding around on all fours.
He manages to avoid eviction from his apartment through tricks like daubing red spots on his face and pretending to have a contagious disease when the landlord shows up with a prospective tenant.