American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A mold, as of a footprint, made for use in a criminal investigation.
- n. The making of such a mold or cast, as with plaster of Paris.
- French (Wiktionary)
- French, from earlier mollage, fee for inspection of wood by use of a standard frame, from Old French molle, mold; see mold1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“For some exercises, Carpenter said, real people wearing makeup known as moulage to look like wounds are used.”
“What makes treatment difficult is the chaos and danger of an attack -- conditions that can be simulated in moulage drills with actors.”
“I think a moulage is in order, just in case a body is found.”
“The Kircher Society is doing a great service with their user-appended list of wax anatomical musuems and medical moulage museums of the world.”
“Wired News has a great story by Mark Baard about the skilled make-up artists who create moulage, incredibly realistic injuries on people for emergency response training and exercises.”
“Former guest blogger Todd Lappin points us to a professional moulage kit, perfect for simulating your own brutal wounds and accident scenarios in the privacy of your own home.”
“The detectives had sketched the scene and photographed it, and even made moulage castings of tire tracks in the area.”
“Designer Jeone looks forward in fashion by looking back in time with a unique application of the French technique of moulage in her designs.”
“News 4 went to their moulage training, where members of REMSA and other actors do a dress rehearsal of a simulated disaster.”
“A Hollywood makeup artist was flown in to apply moulage or fake injuries to students participating in the mock accident.”
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