an art, as sculpture, in which forms are carved or modeled.
an art, as painting or sculpture, in which forms are rendered in or as if in three dimensions.
noun 1. a bomb made of plastic explosive. noun 1. a bomb consisting of a putty-like explosive charge fitted with a detonator and timing device
- Plastic bullet
noun 1. a solid PVC cylinder, 10 cm long and 38 mm in diameter, fired by police or military forces to regain control in riots Formal name baton round
noun 1. a puttylike substance that contains an explosive charge, and is detonated by fuse or by remote control: used especially by terrorists and in guerrilla warfare. noun 1. an adhesive jelly-like explosive substance noun a puttylike explosive material that is easily molded around the object it is intended to destroy
noun 1. deformation of a material that remains rigid under stresses of less than a certain intensity but that behaves under severer stresses approximately as a Newtonian fluid.