dry-stone wall


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Noun1.dry-stone wall - a stone wall made with stones fitted together without mortar
dry masonry - masonry without mortar
stone wall - a fence built of rough stones; used to separate fields
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dry-stone wall

[ˈdraɪsteʊnˈwɔːl] nmuro a secco
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A dry-stone wall brings a classic look and has the potential to last for years - just think of the Welsh countryside
I've schooled him over fences and he jumps a dry-stone wall well.
Here, where an open field meets a patch of rough woods, Goldsworthy found the tumbledown remains of a dry-stone wall.
I need to rebuild around 50 metres of collapsed dry-stone wall on part of our land, which borders a neighbouring farm at Eryrys.
A PENSIONER died after his car collided with a dry-stone wall.
With its far-reaching views over the town and beyond, Castle Hill is home to over 70 metres of dry-stone wall.
The path takes you roughly east, contouring the mountain pasture slopes of Tal-y-fan and bringing you to stone steps set diagonally into a dry-stone wall, reached through a gate in a fenced enclosure.
Planning permission was given for a housing development at Town Farm, Wall, in 1996, subject to a condition that the road be upgraded and a dry-stone wall built.
But they now face a fresh battle against thieves who are plundering a new dry-stone wall and are thought to be using the rocks in gardens.
A fence may not have the appeal of a dry-stone wall, with a life of only 25 years, whereas a wall may last 150 years.
Dry-stone walling - drive in any direction from the centre of Huddersfield and before you have gone more than half a mile you are likely to see a dry-stone wall of some sort.
French dry-stone wall enthusiasts visited Outlane to see a restoration project.