Masonry

refers to building elements consisting of bricks, blocks, or stones. In some contexts, it excludes brickwork.

masonry

  1. structure built of stone or brick by a mason
  2. Freemasons collectively
  3. the craft of a mason

Masonry

Masonry is the building of structures from individual units laid in and bound together by mortar; the term masonry can also refer to the units themselves. The common materials of masonry construction are brick, stone, marble, granite, travertine, limestone, cast stone, concrete block, glass block, stucco, tile, and cob. Masonry is generally a high...
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Masonry

Masonry refers to constructions built with bricks, stone or concrete held together with mortar.
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Masonry

Stone, brick, concrete, hollow-tile, concrete block, gypsum block, or other similar building units or materials or a combination of the same, bonded together with mortar to form a wall, pier, buttress, or similar mass.
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Masonry

• (n.) That which is built by a mason; anything constructed of the materials used by masons, such as stone, brick, tiles, or the like. Dry masonry is applied to structures made without mortar. • (n.) The art or occupation of a mason. • (n.) The craft, institution, or mysteries of Freemasons; freemasonry. • (n.) The work or perfo...
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Masonry

(R zidarie) the science, art, craft and trade of building in natural or artificial stone. The term is often extended to work in brick and tile. Ancient examples of immense irregular blocks of stone, laid together without mortar, have been found throughout Europe, Americas, Africa, and Asia. The ancient Greeks and Romans developed masonry techniques...
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Masonry

- Stone, brick, concrete, hollow-tile, concrete block, or other similar building units or materials. Normally bonded together with mortar to form a wall.
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masonry

noun the craft of a mason
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Masonry

Ma'son·ry noun [ French maçonnerie .] 1. The art or occupation of a mason. 2. The work or performance of a mason; as, good or bad masonry ; skillful masonry . 3. That which is built by a mason; anything constructed of the materials used by masons, such ...
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masonry

A type of construction using stone, brick, tile or concrete block using mortar.
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Masonry

A built-up combination or construction of building units or materials of clay, shale, concrete, glass, gypsum, stone or other similar products bonded together with mortar.
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masonry

A material such as brick, rock, or stone. Related category • BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE
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masonry

a material such as concrete block, bricks, or stone bonded together with mortar to form a wall or structure.
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Masonry

A type of construction from materials such as concrete blocks, bricks, concrete, stone, or ceramic blocks which is laid unit by unit and set in mortar.
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Masonry

Any construction material involving bricks/blocks and mortar or related materials.
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Masonry

Being of stone, brick, or concrete.
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Masonry

Blocks of stone or bricks forming load bearing walls or cladding features to a building.
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masonry

Brick, stone, concrete, etc., or masonry combinations thereof, bonded with mortar.
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Masonry

Building fabric made of stone. Sometimes the term masonry is used in reference to brickwork, but this is an undesirable expansion of the meaning of the word.
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Masonry

Built-up construction, usually of a combination of materials set in mortar.
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masonry

masonry: see brick; concrete; stonework; tile.
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Masonry

Material such as brick, rock, or stone.
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Masonry

Material such as brick, rock, or stone.
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Masonry

Some of the types used in the 11thc. and 12thc. are:
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