putty

Part of speech: verb

To fill up with putty.

Part of speech: noun

A mixture of whiting and oil for filling cracks, etc.

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Usage examples "putty":

  1. Putty soon I closed up and went home." - "Ashton-Kirk, Investigator", John T. McIntyre.
  2. St Bees was busy with his penknife cutting away the putty, and did not for the moment answer. - "Greene Ferne Farm", Richard Jefferies.
  3. Wa'al, wa'al, he was saying, but you be in a putty consid'able state. - "The Christmas Story from David Harum", Edward Noyes Westcott.