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plural noun (singular graffito /-təʊ/)
[treated as singular or plural]
writing or drawings scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public place: the station was covered in graffiti
[with object] (usually as adjective graffitied)
write or draw graffiti on (something): the graffitied walls
write (words or drawings) as graffiti: graffitied names sprayed on bus shelters
"Graffiti is revolutionary, in my opinion and any revolution might be considered a crime. People who are oppressed or suppressed need an outlet, so they write on walls -- it's free." -- Terrance Lindall, executive director of the Williamsburg Art and Historic Center
Creative Violation: The Rebel Art of the Street Stencil