noun cor·o·plast \ˈkȯrəˌplast\

Definition of coroplast



  1. :  a modeler of wax or terra-cotta figurines (as of young women) of ancient Greece

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Origin and Etymology of coroplast

Greek koroplastēs, from koro- (from koros boy, puppet) + plastēs molder, modeler (from plassein to form, mold) — more at crescent, plastic

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a trip made at another's expense

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