How Do You Spell MACHE?
Correct spelling for the English word "MACHE" is [m_ˈa_ʃ], [mˈaʃ], [mˈaʃ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
Usage Examples for MACHE
- Gordon Fuller two paper mache figures one representing a young man full of Gordon gin the other representing a young man fuller - "Perfect Behavior A Guide for Ladies and Gentlemen in all Social Crises" by Donald Ogden Stewart
- Why look at our two others yonder they have papier mache faces too - "Fruitfulness Fecondite" by Emile Zola
- Thus for example in the case of the present engagement of Richard Roe to Dorothy Doe it would be unique to have the first course at luncheon consist of a diminutive candy or paper mache doe seated amorously upon a heart shaped order of a shad roe - "Perfect Behavior A Guide for Ladies and Gentlemen in all Social Crises" by Donald Ogden Stewart
- He had a number of others both large and small with paper mache heads leather bodies and clay arms and legs - "The Chinese Boy and Girl" by Isaac Taylor Headland
- He's the first finished since the fight ends offstage so Macduff can carry back a red necked papier mache head of him and show it to the audience - "No Great Magic" by Fritz Reuter Leiber