half-timber


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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.
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Adj.1.half-timber - having exposed wood framing with spaces filled with masonry, as in Tudor architecture
timbered - furnished with or made of wood or timbers; "timbered walls"
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The main building is 17th century, half-timber, half-Cheshire brick - the sort of pub you'd never want to see overly renovated for the sake of progress.
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Given the longevity of such structures combined with the perennial English suburban taste for neo-Tudor half-timber, perhaps it is surprising that there are not modern timber structures.
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The Tudor half-timber building on Westgate has fallen into disrepair in recent years, with peeling paint and rotting oak panels.