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noun as in terra-cotta

noun as in ceramics

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In this animated Disney adventure from directors Carlos López Estrada and Don Hall, Raya sets out to free her father, one of countless people who have been frozen in terracotta by a malevolent force called the Druun.

Only about 20 percent of the island’s population lives on the north side of the island, which is made up of quiet villages where terracotta-roofed homes and grape vineyards are scattered across terraced hills.

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He went so far as to have rivers of mercury set up in his tomb, along with his famous thousand-soldier strong Terracotta Army.

The Daily Pic: China's terracotta army was built for fighting, not for looking at.

The terracotta panels along the entrance front, over the principal floor windows, were designed by Mr. Boehm himself.

Originally it had been a villa residence—a red-brick villa, covered with creepers and crowned with terracotta dragons.

I must not omit to mention that the small red shafts in the arcade below the belfry seem to be made of terracotta.

There are long and short ones, high and low ones, all pierced with little windows that are closed with a terracotta shutter.

The most remarkable feature of these oldest ruins is the superiority of the terracotta articles.

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On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to terracotta, such as: amber, bay, beige, bister, brick, and bronze.

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