daubing


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daubing

A rough coating of plaster given to a wall by throwing plaster against it. See also: Plaster
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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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Ms Backhouse, 25, and Mr Town, 26, of West Derby, are still subject to an anti-social behaviour order banning them from daubing graffiti on property.
DAUBING SPREE: Council workers step in to remove racist graffiti, which has been left on walls, pavements and properties in South Shields PICTURE: JOHN MILLARD; OPTIONS: Judge David Hodson
Officials have blamed financial pressures at Cardiff council - which has ordered a wide series of measures to cut a multi-million-pound overspend - for not removing the daubing.
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.
"Would daubing paint on the side of the submarine, would unfurling the banner protect some other property under threat?
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.
The words they daubed on the wall, and the substance they used to do the daubing, are not fit to be repeated in a family newspaper.
As well as hearing about the past, they had the chance to try their hands at wattle and daubing and brass rubbing.