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Use "papier-maché" in a sentence
"And papier-mache, which could be molded and then painted to look like guns."
"Remember raiding Dad's closet or Mom's jewelry box, holding still for fittings by Mom, who talked through the pins she was holding in her teeth, making papier-mache masks with our friends, crying when it all fell apart before the first doorbell was rung or falling over and spilling our candy because we couldn't see out of the cardboard box we were wearing?"
"You know, like the talking papier-mache boulder on the original Star Trek series which sent Kirk and Spock back in time and across space to make sure Joan Collins dies in order to prevent the publication of Warren Beatty's biography, or, actually, the rise of Hitler and the consequent soap bubble disappearance of the Federation."