Plastered in a sentence as an adjective

Each update contains more "Sign in to your browser" stuff plastered everywhere.

Display ads are obviously those pictures you see plastered all over the sites you visit.

I don't think the content of this post is the objectionable part per se. I suspect GP is just tired of these self-important flame wars plastered all over HN.

You can identify him pretty easily, since he's plastered all over their website.

All the Apple computers look and feel beautiful, but the Windows computers are plastered with stickers and 'Beats by Dr Dre' branding.

> To each their own of course, but I find these plastered laptops kind of childishAnd of course childish is bad because we are serious grown up people doing serious things.

Imagine if Pandora plastered a big notice on their signup that says they're not profitable so beware of creating new channels because who knows what will happen.

> his office is plastered with Japanese art, certainly compounds his image as a wannabe Mongol warlordJapanese art to Mongol warlord!

As for the photo, I think it's actually kind of an interestingly shot, but I don't think it's the one you want plastered all over the interwebs in a crisis scenario.

In most cases where social justice stories are plastered to the top of the front page, the people voting them up also believe that the story is uniquely interesting or important.

Plastered definitions


(of hair) made smooth by applying a sticky or glossy substance; "black hair plastered with pomade"

See also: slicked


(of walls) covered with a coat of plaster

See also: sealed