putty (put•ty)

1. a cement usually made of whiting and boiled linseed oil beaten, or kneaded, to the consistency of dough and used in fastening glass in sashes and stopping crevices in woodwork. 2. a mixture of red and white lead and boiled linseed oil used as a lute in pipe fitting. 
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