verb (used with object), rough·cast, rough·cast·ing.
Origin of roughcast
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Examples from the Web for spatter-dash
Historical Examples of spatter-dash
"And they were Spatter-dash's, too," said I, almost stifled by my jealous rage.
As we two came to the mainland, young Spatter-dash suddenly crossed the road in front of my lantern.
a coarse plaster used to cover the surface of an external wall
any rough or preliminary form, model, etc
covered with or denoting roughcast
verb -casts, -casting or -cast
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