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half-tim·bered

(hăf′tĭm′bərd, häf′-) also half-tim·ber (-bər)
adj.
Having a wooden framework, often exposed, with brick, stone, wattle and daub, or other material filling the spaces.

half-timbered

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half-timber

adj
(Architecture) (of a building, wall, etc) having an exposed timber framework filled with brick, stone, or plastered laths, as in Tudor architecture
ˌhalf-ˈtimbering n

half′-tim′bered

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adj.
(of a building) having the frame and principal supports of timber and the interstices filled in with masonry, plaster, or the like.
[1840–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.half-timbered - having exposed wood framing with spaces filled with masonry, as in Tudor architecture
timbered - furnished with or made of wood or timbers; "timbered walls"
Translations

half-timbered

[ˌhɑːfˈtɪmbəd] ADJcon entramado de madera
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Features include exposed brickwork, half-timbering and thick hand-hewn beams that top the main living areas.
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It is approached through an automated gate and over a long gravel driveway, gradually revealing an attractive facade of mellow brick and tiles with half-timbering and buttresses.
With the heavy chimneys and decorative half-timbering that give Tudor-style houses their medieval flavour, the property is a modern and well-appointed substantial family home that was actually built in 1933.
It was remodelled in 1900, when the half-timbering, French windows and balconies were added.
The vintage charm of cobbled fieldstone and half-timbering on the exterior was retained, while increasing square footage from 2,550 to 4,780.