- papier collé,
- papilla mammae,
- papilla of corium,
Origin of papier-mâché
Examples from the Web for papier-mache
"I don't hold with any make of papier-mache wheel," the Mogul insisted.The Day's Work, Volume 1|Rudyard Kipling
Lura's was a papier-mache turkey, nearly as large as the one brought home at the same time by the market-boy.
Each wheel of the locomotive was made with metallic rim and a centre portion made of wood or papier-mache.Edison, His Life and Inventions|Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
But we havent so much as a papier-mache Easter chick, objected Louise.Winona of the Camp Fire|Margaret Widdemer
Our papier-mache manufacturers, as well as the Continental ones, should go to Yeddo to learn what can be done with paper.The Art of Travel|Francis Galton
Word Origin for papier-mâché
also papier mache, 1753, from French papier-mâché, literally "chewed paper," from Old French papier "paper" (see paper (n.)) + mâché "compressed, mashed," from past participle of mâcher, literally "to chew," from Late Latin masticare "masticate" (see mastication).