a) A wall finished with wallboard in place of wet plaster or render b) A stone wall built without mortar.
sheets of gypsum, usually 4'x8' in varying thicknesses coated with paper or vinyl and attached to wall studs and/or ceilings. Also called wall board when covered with patterned vinyl or paper.
Wallboard made of gypsum and used in place of lath and plaster as a wall system. Also called sheetrock (trademark) and gypsum board.
In reference to stone walls, a dry wall is a wall of stones that is not held together by mortar. Dry-wall construction requires greater precision in the way stones are stacked than does mortared-wall construction, since proper placement alone keeps the wall intact.
Interior wall made of plasterboard, which somes in 1/2 inch and 5/8 inch thicknesses. Other materials such as gypsum and fiberboard are also used.
a stone wall made with stones fitted together without mortar
A masonry wall laid up without mortar.
A stone wall that is constructed one stone upon another, without the use of any mortar; generally used for retaining walls.
A stone wall that is constructed one stone upon the other without the use of any mortar.
A self-supporting rubble or ashlar wall laid up without mortar.
Interior covering material such as gypsum board hardboard or plywood which is applied in large sheets or panels.
A wall surface of plasterboard or material other than plaster.