The row of brick, cement blocks or stones laid across the bottom of a masonry opening which lie under the outside edge of the window sill.
A strip of masonry that is set at the sill level of a building and usually has a greater projection than the surrounding masonry. If the masonry of a building is painted, the sill course will often be painted a contrasting color as an accent. Sometimes called a stringcourse.
The row of bricks, cement blocks or stones laid horizontally at the bottom of a masonry opening.