verb (used with object)
to cover or coat with soft, adhesive matter, as plaster or mud:
to daub a canvas with paint; to daub stone walls with mud.
to spread (plaster, mud, etc.) on or over something:
to daub plaster on a brick wall.
to smear, soil, or defile.
to apply, as paint or colors, unskillfully.
verb (used without object)
to daub something.
to paint unskillfully.
material, especially of an inferior kind, for daubing walls.
something daubed on.
an act of daubing.
a crude, inartistic painting.
(transitive) to smear or spread (paint, mud, etc), esp carelessly
(transitive) to cover or coat (with paint, plaster, etc) carelessly
to paint (a picture) clumsily or badly
an unskilful or crude painting
something daubed on, esp as a wall covering See also wattle and daub
a smear (of paint, mud, etc)
the act of daubing
adjective 1. pertaining to, befitting, or like a daughter.
adjective 1. unable to be daunted; dauntless.
adjective 1. undismayed; not discouraged; not forced to abandon purpose or effort: undaunted by failure. 2. undiminished in courage or valor; not giving way to fear; intrepid: Although outnumbered, he was undaunted. adjective 1. not put off, discouraged, or beaten
verb (used with object) 1. to overcome with fear; intimidate: to daunt one’s adversaries. 2. to lessen the courage of; dishearten: Don’t be daunted by the amount of work still to be done. verb (transitive; often passive) 1. to intimidate 2. to dishearten adjective not intimidating or frightening