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plasterwork Line breaks: plas¦ter|work
Pronunciation: /ˈplɑːstəwəːk/

Definition of plasterwork in English:


[mass noun]
Plaster as part of the interior of a building, especially covering the surface of a wall or formed into decorative shapes and patterns: an Elizabethan house with superb ornamental plasterwork [as modifier]: exquisite plasterwork ceilings
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  • Decorated in pale green, it has decorative ceiling plasterwork, a white marble fireplace and French doors to the back garden.
  • Features include mouldings, polished timber floors, high ceilings and decorative plasterwork.
  • The house has highly decorated interiors with lavish plasterwork, inlaid floors and exquisite joinery.

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