Stonework [noun]

Definition of Stonework:

hard piece of earth's surface

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Sentence/Example of Stonework:

A piece of stonework that sneezes is far too like a man to be trusted.

A river cairn is a solid pile of stonework, with, perhaps, a pole in the centre.

In the corner of the cell there was a board let into the stonework.

Here there is great height, the arches are pointed, the stonework light.

The stonework is of soft grey, and the roof chiefly of well-coloured tiles.

It was built of stonework like the church; that was the reason it had stood so long.

The west porch is very handsomely ornamented with stonework.

We are, however, warned that the artist has represented the stonework a little too regularly.

A man who was a liar undertook to do the stonework and concrete work for me.

The stonework of the arch had given way, and fallen in upon her.