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late Old English plaster "medicinal application," from Vulgar Latin plastrum, shortened from Latin emplastrum "a plaster" (in the medical as well as the building sense), from Greek [..]
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A term that refers to a variety of protective coverings or dressings.
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bandaid
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a mixture of lime or gypsum with sand and water; hardens into a smooth solid; used to cover walls and ceilings apply a heavy coat to cover conspicuously or thickly, as by pasting something on; &am [..]
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a mixture of water, sand and lime, which hardens when it is put on walls and ceilings. The same word also means a piece of sticky tape that holds a bandage in place
Source: eenglish.in

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to bomb heavily and accurately. Plonk:
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A mortar-like composition used for covering walls and ceilings, usually made of portland cement mixed with sand and water.
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tink
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To dream of seeing walls plainly plastered, denotes that success will come, but it will not be stable. To have plaster fall upon you, denotes unmitigated disasters and disclosure. To see plasterers at work, denotes that you will have a sufficient competency to live above penury.   
Source: dreams-dictionary.org

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cementitious wall, soffit, or ceiling finish system typically consisting of a expanded metal lathe attached to backup structure/substrate, scratch coat, brown coat, and finish coat of cement, sand, water, and color.
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(n) a mixture of lime or gypsum with sand and water; hardens into a smooth solid; used to cover walls and ceilings(n) any of several gypsum cements; a white powder (a form of calcium sulphate) that [..]
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A mortar-like composition used for covering walls and ceilings, usually made of portland cement mixed with sand and water.
Source: thehouseplanshop.com

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A mixture of sand, lime and water of a consistency that can be applied to a wall or ceiling with a trowel. Various plasters have different uses, such as for patching holes, or for finishing a smooth s [..]
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n. 1. A stick-on strip which is put on a small wound. PLIMSOLLS n. Gym Shoes (See also Pumps and Daps)
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, sb. anything overloaded with vulgar showy ornament.
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A powder mixed with sand and water and applied over a plaster base to form a hard finish surface on walls and ceilings; also, the surface itself.
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A dry white powder base, it is made of sand and limestone mixed with water, and depending on the consistency, can be spread on a flat surface such as walls in building construction or modeled by sculp [..]
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fine white powder, which when mixed with water to a paste or creamy consistency, sets to a hard, cohesive mass: gypsum plaster used for sculpture is called Plaster of Paris because gypsum came from ar [..]
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A soft mixture of lime, sand or cement and water and used to form a smooth, hard surface when dried.
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2CaS04 2H20. An invaluable mold-making tool for the potter, also used extensively in industry. It can be poured or carved into virtually any shape. When it is dry it can be used to press clay into or [..]
Source: clayartsguild.com

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malleable material which hardens when dry and is made from a wide variety of materials, most of the mixtures containing limestone, sand and water, with hair as a strengthener.
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The material which is spread to leave a smooth surface on a wall or ceiling. The main binding material may be cement (when it is known in the UK as render), or lime, or gypsum, the latter two being re [..]
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(uncountable) A paste applied to the skin for healing or cosmetic purposes. (countable,New Zealand|British) A small adhesive bandage to cover a minor wound; a sticking plaster. (uncountable) A m [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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"to coat with plaster," early 14c., from plaster (n.) and partly Old French plastrier "to cover with plaster" (Modern French plâtrer), from plastre (see plaster (n.). Related: Pla [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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paste-like material made of crushed stone (usually lime, gypsum, and sand), water, and fiber.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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