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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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puttyput‧ty /ˈpʌti/ noun [uncountable]  1 TBCa soft whitish substance that becomes hard when it dries and that is used to fix glass into window frames2 be putty in somebody’s hands
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puttyUse solvent and a putty knife or large screwdriver.The delicate glasses had felt thick and awkward in her hands, soft as putty but covered in cutting edges.Inside is a white brick of plastic explosive, which was kind of like putty.Make sure the frame is dry, and prime bare wood before applying new putty.I stretched out a hand, and she was putty - the licking, wagging kind.
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