noun, plural stuc·coes, stuc·cos.
verb (used with object), stuc·coed, stuc·co·ing.
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Origin of stucco
OTHER WORDS FROM stuccoun·stuc·coed, adjective
Words nearby stucco
Example sentences from the Web for stucco
Israeli bullet casings littered the floors of the entrances to residences that were transformed into stucco barracks.
As I reach the berm of sand, tile and stucco that marked a kind of front line, bodies are being piled on carts in the street.
In January, the stucco converted farm building, divided into two apartments, went on the market for $500,000.JonBenet Ramsey's Colorado Home And Other Infamous Murder Houses For Sale|Caitlin Dickson|March 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
With well-trimmed lawns between identical stucco townhomes, it appears almost tranquil.New Account: Zimmerman Told Cops Trayvon’s Last Words Were ‘Okay, You Got It’|Aram Roston|April 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In house after house are the same new windows with peeling manufacturing stickers, the same tiled courtyard, the same raw stucco.
The elegant roof was supported on three rows of red sandstone pillars, adorned with chaste gilding and stucco-work.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
The narrow door into the corridor is also seen, and the stucco capitals and bases of the columns.
The walls were coated with fine stucco, white and firm—an evidence of antiquity—and ornamented with bands of a bright red pigment.
There was a white light on all the stucco parapets, and their shadows slanted clear and delicately purple to the west.Hilda|Sarah Jeanette Duncan
Over the wall was spread a coating of fine marble stucco for decorative purposes, which gave it a finish of dazzling white.The Private Life of the Romans|Harold Whetstone Johnston