: an impression or cast made for use especially as evidence in a criminal investigation
: the taking of an impression for use as evidence in a criminal investigation
Recent Examples on the Web An example of a wax moulage. —Rebecca Kreston, Discover Magazine, 27 July 2015 Megan Stillwell, Klein High School junior, put the moulage makeup on each participant in the bus. —Chevall Pryce, Houston Chronicle, 4 Mar. 2020 That's why all the prep work happens through a gate from the employee parking lot, where a pair of moulage artists pull latex wounds from ziplock bags and fix them to various body parts with plenty of adhesive. —Jack Stewart, WIRED, 16 Mar. 2018
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