Plasterer vs Plastered - What's the difference?

plasterer | plastered |


As a noun plasterer

is a person whose occupation is to plaster walls.

As an adjective plastered is

coated with plaster.

plasterer

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A person whose occupation is to plaster walls.
  • * 1593 , , IV.ii. 125:
  • Villain, thy father was a plasterer ; / And thou thyself a shearman, art thou not?
  • One who makes plaster casts.
  • * Sir H. Wotton
  • The plasterer doth make his figures by addition, and the carver by substraction.

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    plastered

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Coated with plaster
  • :The old home had ''plastered'' walls rather than drywall.
  • (slang) drunk, intoxicated
  • :The only way he could deal with the grief following his wife's death was to get so ''plastered'' he passed out.