impaste

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im·paste

 (ĭm-pāst′)
tr.v. im·past·ed, im·past·ing, im·pastes
1. To paint by applying thick layers of pigment.
2. Archaic To enclose with or as if with a paste or crust.

impaste

(ɪmˈpeɪst)
vb
(Art Terms) (tr) to apply paint thickly to
[C16: from Italian impastare, from pasta paste1]
impastation n

im•paste

(ɪmˈpeɪst)

v.t. -past•ed, -past•ing. Obs.
to cover with or enclose in a paste.
[1540–50; < Italian impastare. See im-1, paste]

impaste


Past participle: impasted
Gerund: impasting

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