Oil paint is a thick paint used by artists . It is made from coloured powder and linseed oil.
an air gun that fires paint capsules, as used in paintballing
to cover up with or as with a coat of paint
a container, as a jar, pail, or bucket, for holding paint while it is being applied
War paint is the paint which some groups of people used to decorate their faces and bodies before they fought a battle.
Gloss paint is paint that forms a shiny surface when it dries .
paint containing lead
a paint which is dull rather than shiny when it dries
a device containing paint which explodes on impact
paint bought in a special can which you spray on a surface by pressing a button on the top of the can
Spray paint is paint bought in a special can which you spray on a surface by pressing a button on the top of the can.
any water-based paint, such as an emulsion or an acrylic paint
a type of paint that has a very hard and shiny finish once it is dry
paint made from starch, glycerine, and pigments and applied with the fingers, hand, or arm
an oily mixture of melted tallow or grease and a pigment, used by actors, clowns, etc., for making up their faces
a roller of absorbent material, mounted on a handle, that is rolled in a trough of paint and then over the surface to be painted
Poster paint is a type of brightly coloured paint which contains no oil and is used for painting pictures .
paint that has a slight sheen
a light-sensitive coating on a base, such as paper or film, consisting of fine grains of silver bromide suspended in gelatine
paint containing a phosphor that emits visible light when irradiated with ultraviolet light
Paint stripper is a liquid which you use in order to remove old paint from things such as doors or pieces of furniture .
any paint made with a drying oil or solvent such as linseed
formulaic; showing no original thought or creativity
a color or paint made by grinding a pigment in a drying oil, esp. linseed oil
paint the town red:
to go out and enjoy yourself
A paintbrush is a brush which you use for painting .
paint the town (red):
to go on a boisterous spree ; carouse
a color or paint made by mixing pigments in a solution of acrylic resin
paint yourself into a corner:
to find yourself in a difficult situation where you have to act in a certain way
something is like watching paint dry:
said to mean that you find something extremely boring