spray painting

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Noun1.spray painting - applying paint with a sprayerspray painting - applying paint with a sprayer  
painting - the act of applying paint to a surface; "you can finish the job of painting faster with a roller than with a brush"
spraying - the application of a liquid in the form of small particles ejected from a sprayer
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I was tempted to spraypaint my costume in Welsh colours for St David's Day.
In December 2012 we made a bad choice to spraypaint graffiti around our village.
A few minutes later I was sitting in my dad's office when a lady came in and said she'd just seen a kid with a can of spraypaint and a skateboard go into the building.
Here's a painting of letterforms done in spraypaint.
As usual for the director, the film contains a number of inventively staged, shakily shot extended nude scenes, including one focusing on a very ugly quilt, and another involving a spraypaint sunburn.
I didn't read about the red spraypaint that declares, "Hitler Was Right," seemingly in honor of the 70th anniversary of the massacre in the Times, or the Jerusalem Post or Haaretz, or CNN or an American or European or Israeli newspaper; not in JTA or the Forward or, indeed, in Tablet Magazine.
According to investigators, two spraypaint cans and a plastic bag were found on the rear porch of the residence, and Kendzierski's hands, face, and hair were smeared with paint.
Although there is no age division for children that young, his parents helped young Allen spraypaint around alphabet cookie cutters the letters spelling out "National Dance Week" and cut out finger-painted dancer silhouettes.
SAGE Gateshead's big 10th birthday bash sees it partying on this weekend with family entertainment including a free funfairtheme Maker's Fair today with performances, ukulele workshops, spraypaint art sessions and even a zip wire - and that's just part of the ongoing celebrations.
Mr Brocklebank awaits the reaction of spraypaint armed St Helens artlovers to its pristine white surface.
Cleaning up the mess from spraypaint takes time and can be very expensive, but authorities in the popular tourist resort have vowed to tackle the problem.