plasterwork

[plas-ter-wurk, plah-ster-]
noun Building Trades.
finish or ornamental work done in plaster.

Origin:
1590–1600; plaster + work

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plasterwork

noun
a surface of hardened plaster (as on a wall or ceiling); "there were cracks in the plaster" [syn: plaster
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Example sentences
When replication and plasterwork is completed, remove unused materials,
  containers and equipment.
Over the next three decades the decorative plasterwork, the box seating, and
  aisle and stage lighting were restored and improved.
Foliated plasterwork details the fascia boards at the second and third floors,
  as well as the outside ends of all the risers.
The rest of the arch is ornamented with two alternating plasterwork motifs.
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