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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They were also served with a 10- year ASBO banning them from daubing graffiti on property.
95), even with the array of baked, seasoned mahi-mahi, lamb, chicken and shrimp goodies, seem to need plenty of dousing, daubing and dipping of chutneys to achieve even average satisfaction.
A POLICE officer and his wife were attacked by a dozen teenage thugs after catching them daubing a wall with graffiti.
The cameras showed Humphreys - described as a pillar of the community - daubing the house.
But the gang, described as mindless by detectives, left clues to their identity by daubing two names on the walls at Handsworth Wood Girls School in Church Lane.
Angry mothers and fathers packed a meeting last week and demanded police take action to curb the behaviour of the youths who they say were forming gangs, daubing graffiti in the park and making their children's lives a misery.
As well as hearing about the past, they had the chance to try their hands at wattle and daubing and brass rubbing.