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
Example sentences from the Web for stucco
The homes are textural, with tiles from Portugal, baskets from Mexico, textiles from India, even color combinations they noted, perhaps, on a wooden door or stucco wall.No travel plans? Try three new books about the nexus of travel and design.|Rebecca Powers|November 5, 2020|Washington Post
The stuccoed walls were green with dampness, and the cold was intense.Paul Patoff|F. Marion Crawford
In Cross Street there is an old charity school, with stuccoed figures of a charity boy and girl on the frontage.Holborn and Bloomsbury|Sir Walter Besant
A thin, high scream came suddenly from above our neat stuccoed hangars at the edge of the white field.Astounding Stories, March, 1931|Various
Near a white, lately stuccoed two-storey house the coachman pulled up his horse, and began to turn to the right.The Darling and Other Stories|Anton Chekhov
The streets were not over-wide, and the houses had an Oriental look, with their stuccoed walls and their projecting Arab windows.The Ship Dwellers|Albert Bigelow Paine