daub (something) on(to) (something)

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daub (something) on(to) (something)

To smear something onto something else. I daubed stain remover onto the spot and then tossed the pants in the washer.
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daub on

To smear something on(to something else). A noun or pronoun can be used between "daub" and "on." I daubed the stain remover on and then tossed the grass-stained pants in the washer. I excused myself to daub on a little bit of makeup before the interview started.
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daub something on(to) something

 and daub something on
to smear or paint something onto something else, The painter daubed a bit of yellow onto the canvas. Daub on a bit of yellow here. She daubed the medicine on.
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The girls, both aged 14, daubed onto the steps leading to the grass area in Piccadilly Gardens on Sunday afternoon.
The appendages had been daubed onto the road at the junction of Church Lane and Fane Grove as well as other locations around the Acklam and Linthorpe areas.
13 ( ANI ): A pigment that was once daubed onto prehistoric cave paintings is set to protect ESA's Solar Orbiter mission from the Sun's close-up glare.
Just days after the couple got the keys to the home offensive words were daubed onto the exterior walls and doors of the council house.
The stencil is taped to the part, wires attached, a hand piece with some sort of mysterious electrolytic solution daubed onto the stencil and, voila, in a minute or two, we have markings that would be the envy of many manufacturers.
With Wilko edging closer to over and out - he's predictably banged up once again, the young Wasps play maker is the catalyst to ensure new attack coach Brian Smith's pretty patterns are daubed onto Johnson's canvas with purposeful brush strokes.
In one of the most exclusive areas of the region, it's perched among the mountains, so stunning they look as if they've been daubed onto the landscape by an artist's brush.
The slogans were daubed onto the building following the group's press conference demanding a new Welsh Language Act.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The anonymous accusation -- "The Bishop Is An Accomplice to Murder!" -- was daubed onto the walls of the San Cristobal Chiapas cathedral where Samuel Ruiz, Mexico's most embattled bishop, lives and preaches.
Chumash Indians hunted here; they recorded their presence in the animals daubed onto Painted Rock on the plain's western edge.