Moulage meaning

mo͝o-läzh
The making of such a mold or cast, as with plaster of Paris.
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A mold, as of a footprint, made for use in a criminal investigation.
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The science or practice of making a mold, as in plaster of Paris, of an object, footprint, etc., for use in crime detection.
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Such a mold.
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The art of applying mock injuries for the purpose of training medical or military personnel.
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Origin of moulage

  • French from earlier mollage fee for inspection of wood by use of a standard frame from Old French molle mold mold1

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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