A colored substance that is spread over a surface and dries to leave a thin decorative or protective coating
a gallon of white paint
A paste made with ground pigment and a drying oil such as linseed oil, used chiefly by artists
To outdo or surpass in painting; to paint better or more than.
An air gun firing capsules of paint, used in the game of paintball
An organized gathering at which people paint, especially as part of a campaign, protest, etc.
The decorative or finishing application of paint to an object
A (usually fabric) pad backed with foam and mounted on a handle, used to apply paint to a surface.
A small container for holding paint
(In Aboriginal English) the decoration of the body for ceremonial purposes
Attributive designating or relating to an ancient North American Indian people known from burials in which large quantities of red ochre were used.
Bold-colored paint used to decorate the face
A paint made from milk, lime, natural colouring, and sometimes linseed oil; frequently used on 19th-cent. North American furniture and home interiors, or on later North American designs reproducing or influenced by these.
A card showing a graduated range of paint colours.
A card showing a color or a range of related colors available in a type of paint
A film of paint; (also) the protective layer which forms on the surface of paint when it dries.
A movable metal framework for moving scenes from the stage to the paint-bridge.
A mark made with or by paint.
To mark with paint.
A mill in which paints or pigments are ground or manufactured.
A liquid in which pigment is suspended to create paint.
A room in which paints are stored.
The part of a factory where goods are painted, typically by spraying
A stick of water-soluble paint used like a crayon
A stone which, when ground, yields powder that can be used as pigment; this powder.
Paint that is contained in an aerosol can for the purpose of spraying onto a surface
To describe or depict vividly in words; to make a word picture of.
Thick paint designed to be applied with the fingers, used especially by young children
Any of several North American plants, whose roots yield coloured dyes; especially (more fully yellow Indian paint) goldenseal, Hydrastis canadensis, and (more fully red Indian paint) bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis.
A movable platform on which a scene-painter stands.
An apparatus which uses a flame to burn or soften paint, so that it can be removed.
A container with a handle used to hold paint during use
An application which facilitates the creation of digital graphics.
A roller covered in wool, sponge, synthetic fiber, or other absorbent material for applying paint to a surface, especially in interior decorating
A person who scrapes paint from walls.
= paint spray.
Paint which is thick and coarse enough to retain a texture given to it by a brush, spatula, etc.
An opaque paint with a water-soluble binder, used for posters and children’s paintings
An opaque water-soluble paint in powder form.
(Originally) paint containing a metal oxide; (later) any paint with a metallic lustre.
Denoting a picture marked out in advance into sections that are numbered according to the color to be used
Describe (someone or something) in a particular way
Go out and enjoy oneself flamboyantly
(Of an activity or experience) extremely boring
Efface something with paint
Leave oneself no means of escape or room to maneuver
Cover with a new coat of paint
A box holding dry paints for painting pictures
A pigment or paint traditionally used in some societies, especially those of North American Indians, to decorate the face and body before battle