Pugging

• (v. t.) The act or process of working and tempering clay to make it plastic and of uniform consistency, as for bricks, for pottery, etc. • (v. t.) Mortar or the like, laid between the joists under the boards of a floor, or within a partition, to deaden sound; -- in the United States usually called deafening. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of ...
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Pugging

Pug'ging adjective Thieving. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Pugging

Pug'ging noun [ See Pug , transitive verb ] 1. The act or process of working and tempering clay to make it plastic and of uniform consistency, as for bricks, for pottery, etc. 2. (Architecture) Mortar or the like, laid between the joists under the b...
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Pugging

a coarse material such as ash or sand, laid on boards (pugging boards) placed between joists, to provide sound insulation. Breeze, which is a fine clinker obtained from gas works was frequently used. See deafening.
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Pugging

In architecture pugging is mortar or the like, laid between the joists under the boards of a floor, or within a partition, to deaden sound.
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Pugging

Pugging is the process of mixing a pigment with a medium in such a way that the pigment forms a thick paste.
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