Ashlar [noun]

Definition of Ashlar:

craft of mason

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Sentence/Example of Ashlar:

The name "brick-ashlar" is given to walls faced with ashlar stonework backed in with brickwork.

They were made of rubble ashlar masonry, three feet square and seven feet in height.

Ashlar, masonry consisting of stones squared and smoothed in front and built in regular courses.

He raised his eyes as he spoke to where the walls in question showed their ashlar faces over the trees.

In the interior there is no plaster, but the whole of the church is faced with solid Bath ashlar.

The four central piers are of iron erected on pillars of ashlar masonry.

The Rough Ashlar is a stone, as taken from the quarry, in its rude and natural state.

The windows of the ground floor, set in deeply-hewn ashlar work, were cross-barred as those of a prison.

The well, a plain ashlar pipe six feet in diameter, is in the south-western angle of the floor in the western chamber.

Its conical roof is built in a peculiar herring-bone ashlar, such as is not found elsewhere in Ireland.