A clay free of iron, suitable for making pottery or for modeling. Also called potter's earth.(noun)
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Use "potter's clay" in a sentence
"The metalwork had been softened until it had sagged like moist potter's clay in a rainstorm, melting and slumping and sliding away, pulled by the patient force of gravity."