Definition of 'mural'
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They scorched a painted mural in a park near where she lived. The Sun (2016)She liked cooking, gardening and painting murals. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The huge murals that result sometimes steal too obviously from the decorative shorthand of other lands. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The second floor has two further bedrooms and a playroom with bright murals showing the house. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There are graphic murals on the walls. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Here you will find a huge mural of Bale. The Sun (2016)And it does not disappoint, with a huge mural and train track patterns on the carpet. The Sun (2015)It's worth it alone for the beautiful wall murals and the history of the bridges. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Many of the worshipers were construction workers and artists who had worked to rebuild the cathedral and paint its giant interior with murals. Christianity Today (2000)The possibilities of patronage from public bodies and an audience in public spaces were political arguments in favour of mural painting for some artists. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)Life was a struggle, and he sometimes had to resort to painting murals on restaurant walls in return for food. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Other activities include mural painting. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I've painted a huge forest mural on one wall. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Its centrepiece is a sweeping staircase surrounded by richly painted walls and a Baroque ceiling mural depicting Venus. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The mural is so large that an (illegal) window only takes up part of the face. Calcio: A History of Italian Football (2006)He left the Army to try to make it as an artist, painting murals on restaurant walls in return for meals. The Sun (2009)A second issue concerns the value (or lack of value) attached to mural painting. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)
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Translations for 'mural'
British English: mural NOUN
A mural is a picture painted on a wall.
...a mural of the skyline.
Definition of mural from the Collins English Dictionary
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