It was similarly painted and pasted with historical figures covering the walls and ceiling.
But “Studies show…” items can be clipped and pasted by… By people like me.
A photocopy of the work is pasted onto the wood before being painted over to give the piece its deceiving authenticity.
Where they pasted drawings and photographs, we pin images on Pinterest.
There was iconic Nazi-era imagery with President Obama pasted in as “the new face of national socialism.”
As a loose slip is liable to fall out, some such reminder should be pasted into the fly-leaf of every book, next the book-plate.
This should be pasted into the front of your Bowditch Epitome.
When I came back, she had pasted the pages together, and was still reading them.
When all four corners have been mitred, the filling in papers can be pasted in.
They are made of a tall cylinder with figures of men and animals cut out of paper and pasted on it.
c.1300 (mid-12c. as a surname), "dough," from Old French paste "dough, pastry" (13c., Modern French pâte), from Late Latin pasta "dough, pastry cake, paste" (see pasta). Meaning "glue mixture" is first attested mid-15c.
"to stick with paste," 1560s; see paste (n.). Related: Pasted; pasting.
"hit hard," 1846, probably an alteration of baste "beat" (see lambaste). Related: Pasted; pasting.
paste 1 (pāst)
A smooth semisolid mixture, soft enough to flow slowly and not retain its shape.
[origin unknown; perhaps an alteration of earlier baste, ''strike, trounce,'' of obscure origin and preserved in lambaste]