Examples of masonry in a Sentence
a structure built of masonry
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Village Board member James Tyrrell, chairman of the village's Planning and Zoning Committee, said that the walls and steel structure interior wall, ceilings and masonry work are underway on the upper floors.
In June, part of the ceiling collapsed in the Borough Hall station, in Brooklyn, showering hundreds of pounds of masonry and tile onto the platform in jagged hunks.
The city did extensive exterior renovations in 2000 through the city's building facade program, which included repair of deteriorating masonry and window frames.
The anesthesiologist has worked in a grocery store, at a granite quarry and in a steel mill doing masonry work.
Apart from the pristine white walls and furniture accented with rich wooden colors, the home also features five masonry fireplaces, seven full and three half luxury bathrooms, seven bedrooms, and a five-car garage.
The masonry stacks don’t have the heft of older neighbors.
The current senior civil engineer on the project discovered the plans that went out to bid called for the required masonry retaining walls to encompass 1,320 square feet when the correct figure should have been 10,200 square feet, Manis said.
Students and their teachers from the construction and masonry trade programs took a field trip to help on the project.
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MASONRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of masonry for English Language Learners
: the stone, brick, or concrete used to build things
: work done using stone, brick, or concrete : work done by a mason
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