Gypsoplast Gyp"so*plast (j[i^]p"s[-o]*pl[a^]st), n. [Gypsum + Gr. pla`ssein to mold.] A cast taken in plaster of Paris, or in white lime. [1913 Webster]

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  • gypsoplast — gyp·so·plast …   English syllables

  • gypsoplast — ˈjipsəˌplast noun ( s) Etymology: gypso (from gypsum) + plast : a cast in plaster of paris or in white lime …   Useful english dictionary

  • -plast — ˌplast, aa(ə)st, aist noun combining form ( s) Etymology: Middle French plaste, from Late Latin plastus, from Greek plastos, from plastos formed, molded 1. a. : thing made gypsoplast …   Useful english dictionary

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