Rubble

Fill; unsquared stone not laid in courses.
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Rubble

uncut or only roughly shaped stone, for walling
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Rubble

Rub'ble noun [ From an assumed Old French dim. of robe See Rubbish .] 1. Water-worn or rough broken stones; broken bricks, etc., used in coarse masonry, or to fill up between the facing courses of walls. « Inside [ the wall] there was rubble or mortar.» Jow...
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rubble

1. Water-worn or rough broken stones; broken bricks, etc, used in coarse masonry, or to fill up between the facing courses of walls. 'Inside [the wall] there was rubble or mortar.' (Jowett (Thucyd)) ... 2. Rough stone as it comes from the quarry; also, a quarryman's term for the upper fragmentary and decomposed portion of a mass of stone; brash. .....
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Rubble

• (n.) Rough stone as it comes from the quarry; also, a quarryman`s term for the upper fragmentary and decomposed portion of a mass of stone; brash. • (n.) The whole of the bran of wheat before it is sorted into pollard, bran, etc. • (n.) Water-worn or rough broken stones; broken bricks, etc., used in coarse masonry, or to fill up be...
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rubble

(from the article `sedimentary rock`) ...rocks held together either by cement or by a finer-grained clastic matrix. Both contain significant amounts (at least 10 percent) of ...
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Rubble

Rough, irregular fragments of broken rock or concrete.
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rubble

walling of rough, undressed stones. Fill stone
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Rubble

Rubble is broken stone, of irregular size, shape and texture; undressed especially as a filling-in. Rubble naturally found in the soil is known also as brash (compare cornbrash). Where present, it becomes more noticeable when the land is ploughed or worked. ==Building== `Rubble-work` is a name applied to several types of masonry. One kind, where.....
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Rubble

Fill; unsquared stone not laid in courses.
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Rubble

Uncut or roughly shaped stone, for walling.
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Rubble

uncut or only roughly shaped stone, for walling
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Rubble

A product term applied to dimension stone used for building purposes, chiefly walls and foundations and consisting of irregularly shaped pieces, partly trimmed or squared, generally with one split or finished face, and selected and specified within a site range.
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Rubble

A product term applied to dimension stone used for building purposes, chiefly walls and foundations, and consisting of irregularly shaped pieces, partly trimmed or squared, generally with one split or finished face, and selected and specified with a size range.
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Rubble

Rough, irregular-shaped stone.
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Rubble

Undressed broken stone used in construction
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