drystone

adjective
dry·​stone | \ ˈdrī-ˌstōn \

Definition of drystone

chiefly British
: constructed of stone without the use of mortar as an adhesive a drystone wall

First Known Use of drystone

circa 1702, in the meaning defined above

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