daub[ dawb ]SEE DEFINITION OF daub
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He supposed he must think up something to daub on there—the poorer the better.
It is built of oak framework, filled in with “wattle and daub.”
The gas had left what appeared to be like a daub of soot on the ceiling.
All the money you earn goes to buy a blue coat, and daub it with lace.
"His head's no'but a lump of puddin' and a daub o' pancake," thought Gubblum.
As for "wattle and daub" I could wish that it had never been invented.
The walls of the dormitory were constructed in what is well known as "wattle and daub."
A daub and a splash—no real trouble taken—and then you're expected to rave about it.
I boasted I could make an income for her—and look at this daub!
Daub was still in his Schelling stage when Ullmann began to study.