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Definition of "dauber" [daub•er]

  • One who, or that which, daubs; especially, a coarse, unskillful painter. (noun)

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Use "dauber" in a sentence
  • "Parrocel, whom you call a dauber, and who for that matter is a dauber, if you compare him to Vernet, is still a man of rare talent relatively to the multitude of those who have flung up the career in which they started with him. ""
  • "I sponged them onto the stamps using a sponge dauber."
  • "I actually inked the flowers in Soft Suede ink and then used my sponge dauber to added the Champagne mist to the flower in a couple of spots before I stamped the image."