Grouted, said of masonry or brickwork, treated with liquid mortar to fill up all crevices and interstices.
He leapt clean over its head, and was flung back—by the brickwork.
The gate-house of the Palace stands broad and square, looking up the stream, its brickwork sober with the rich red-brown of age.
Sometimes the bullets glance off the brickwork with a shower of sparks.
Mrs Entwistle conducted Juggernaut to a sunny nook, sheltered from the keen breeze, against the brickwork of the power-house.
The extreme perfection and beauty of the brickwork astonished me.
Somebody laughed at the little tattered figure strutting on the brickwork plinth under the great tree.
Came Sir John Kiviet, to article with me about his brickwork.
Footings, as will be seen on reference to fig. 1, are the wide courses of brickwork at the base or foot of a wall.
It now consists of four large courts, three of which are of brickwork.