Definition for plastering (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
- to defeat decisively; trounce; drub.
- to knock down or injure, as by a blow or beating.
- to inflict serious damage or injury on by heavy bombing, shelling, or other means of attack.
Origin of plaster
Examples from the Web for plastering
Just when did parents get so into plastering their kids all over their social networks?Introducing the Internet’s New Bundle of Joy: The Baby Selfie|Charlotte Lytton|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was plastering the building and he had it leaning and he saw that coming and going was spending a whole situation.Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein|Gertrude Stein
They are making a basket of bulrushes, and plastering it with bitumen.Sermons of Christmas Evans|Joseph Cross
For the Plastering of low and moist places, they had a great many other Lib.
His house was a frame building, weather-boarded with pine boards, but had no plastering within.Fifty Years in Chains|Charles Ball
Nor did the rain cease to fall, plastering our great-coats on to our backs, streaming in rivulets from the peaks of our caps.'Neath Verdun, August-October, 1914|Maurice Genevoix