Sheetrock

NOUN
  1. a kind of plasterboard
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  • The tangy pine of freshly cut lumber, the chalky smell of Sheetrock mud, and the sourness of paint primer. Mercy Kill
  • This mood continued in the gallery's back room, where one found the aftermath of a performance during which Parrino sledgehammered 13 pieces of Sheetrock that had been painted with black enamel.
  • This is why drywall was affectionately given the name Sheetrock years ago. News - chicagotribune.com
  • Except there's no sheetrock, only the black tarpaper they use to cover insulation and the beams and studs of the frame.
  • I wondered who invented the product usually called Sheetrock, why, when and if they were imprisoned for the new creation. undefined
  • I'd what you call daub the seams of the sheetrock and paint some. Oral History Interview with Nancy Brown Tysor, October 19, 1999. Interview K-0811. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • His “storage” method consisted of throwing spent shell casings in Sheetrock buckets in the barn. Mercy Kill
  • Drywall, often called gypsum, wallboard or sheetrock, is made of a crumbly fire resistant substance called gypsum.
  • Suddenly the lobby door crashed into the adjacent wall and stayed there, the knob half-buried in the Sheetrock. Least Resistance
  • In the space where the dangling piece of Sheetrock had been loomed the sturdy outline of the hospital against the night sky. DO NO HARM
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