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Synonyms for daub

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to spread with a greasy, sticky, or dirty substance

a discolored mark made by smearing

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material used to daub walls

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an unskillful painting

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apply to a surface

cover (a surface) by smearing (a substance) over it

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The words "taigs out" were also daubed on a gable wall.
The graffiti which was found daubed in areas of Hemlington yesterday morning
A STREET in Birmingham where a car has been burned out, daubed with offensive graffiti and abandoned, has been compared to Gaza in the Middle East by an angry resident.
VANDALS daubed swastikas and insults on a Yes office in an overnight attack.
Well what do you think of your so-called supporters - vandals I call them - who daubed the statue of Fred Keenor with blue paint?
Apparently the incident took place overnight," he told AFP, saying the attackers had daubed "price tag" and revenge" at the site.
THE Irish landlord of a Merseyside pub was baffled after a vandal daubed IRA graffiti across his van and sign.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after football changing rooms were daubed with abusive graffiti.
An online bingo caller announces random numbers as the players mark off each corresponding number on their card (or cards - one of the principle attractions of online bingo is the availability of working numerous cards at once, each card automatically daubed by the computer).
However, this is not the first time that Pippa's posterior has been daubed on a car.
TWO police officers were so incensed by vandals who daubed a war memorial with graffiti, they cleaned it up themselves.
Using handwriting analysis, detectives compared a tag Mandell daubed on a train at Three Bridges with police photographs of the same tag in various other locations.
Someone daubed the words OSKA on the bonnet of the white Ford Transit van in black paint before making off unseen.
Paint and sectarian graffiti was daubed over the memorial and nearby shops on the lower Newtownards Road in east Belfast.
Julie Aston, who owns JJ's sandwich shop in Crosland Moor, is angry that her shop keeps getting daubed with graffiti.