Playdough vs. Clay

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  • Playdough (noun)

    Modeling clay for children.

  • Clay (noun)

    A mineral substance made up of small crystals of silica and alumina, that is ductile when moist; the material of pre-fired ceramics.

  • Clay (noun)

    An earth material with ductile qualities.

  • Clay (noun)

    A tennis court surface.

    "The French Open is played on clay."

  • Clay (noun)

    The material of the human body.

  • Clay (noun)

    A particle less than 3.9 microns in diameter, following the Wentworth scale.

  • Clay (noun)

    A clay pipe for smoking tobacco.

  • Clay (noun)

    A clay pigeon.

    "We went shooting clays at the weekend."

  • Clay (noun)

    Land or territory of a country or other political region.

    "Danzig is rightfully German clay."

  • Clay (verb)

    To add clay to, to spread clay onto.

  • Clay (verb)

    To purify using clay.

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