from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not plastic; not readily molded. Not suitable for plastic representation; unsculptural.
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Encounter was thus a treat, with its unplastic flatware, solid plates, and drinking water freely supplied.
Four-color Plasticman goes oozing out of a keyhole, around a corner and up through piping that leads to a sink in the mad Nazi scientist's lab, out of whose faucet Plas's head now, blank carapaced eyes and unplastic jaw, is just emerging.
Certainly those years were like the married years of many another young woman of that unplastic day.
His unplastic nature would one day be his chief bulwark; as now, it was his chief stumbling block.
His activities where He is working in the unplastic matter of the physical plane; and so, when He undertakes a work like this, He generates causes whose effects He cannot thoroughly calculate, He takes the risk which surrounds every great undertaking, He submits
Yet their eyes are much keener than ours, for they see through the surface of nature and perceive its symbolism; they see the living reality, of which nature is the veil, and are continually at fault because this veil is not, after all, the reality, -- because it is fixed and unplastic.
There was a feeling of awe upon her which made her mute, and stern, and altogether unplastic in the hands of her friends.