wattle and daub

NOUN
  1. building material consisting of interwoven rods and twigs covered with clay
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How To Use wattle and daub In A Sentence

  • They were replaced by shanties and shacks built of nothing more than clapboard or wattle and daub with dark and threatening alleyways between.
  • But in the next 12 months alone, there is a need for almost 200 lime plasterers, around 140 wattle and daub craftspeople, over 100 glaziers and almost 60 cob builders and dry stone wallers.
  • Here you sleep enclosed by 600-year-old timbers with the original wattle and daub infill. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were replaced by shanties and shacks built of nothing more than clapboard or wattle and daub with dark and threatening alleyways between.
  • Walls were of planks or wattle and daub (essentially clay reinforced with branches). A Guide to Megalithic Ireland
  • Wattle and daub construction, the use of cisterns to collect water, the ‘Big Yard’ or common area, and verandas and porches can be traced to Africa.
  • Wattle and daub construction, the use of cisterns to collect water, the ‘Big Yard’ or common area, and verandas and porches can be traced to Africa.
  • Most of the homes of poor rural people are made of local materials, with floors of packed earth, walls of adobe or wattle and daub, and roofs of clay tiles or thatch.
  • Here the Seri have built both Mexican-style jacales of wattle and daub, and small wood-frame structures.
  • At this period, the friars had only a single poor cell thatched with straw, with walls of wattle and daub. Christianity Today
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