A plaster-cast mask of Voltaire when first hung up made him chuckle with indecent laughter.
By the purest chance, dallying over the knickknacks, he picked up a plaster-cast of a hand.
Miss Burns proposed that he begin by copying a plaster-cast of the arm of the Saxon athlete.
The plaster-cast was then well oiled, the fish laid in it, and more plaster poured in, until the fish was covered.
Is there any one, I ask, who will pay to see the plaster-cast when he can behold the marble original for nothing?
It presents too invariably the idea of a solid body;—of ‘images’ in the sense of the plaster-cast cry about the streets.
I have had a plaster-cast model made of the little Pompeian figure of Narcissus at the spring in Naples.
plaster cast n.