fieldstone

[feeld-stohn]
noun
unfinished stone as found in fields, especially when used for building purposes.

Origin:
1790–1800; field + stone

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fieldstone (ˈfiːldˌstəʊn)
 
n
building stone found in fields

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Example sentences
The architecture of the exterior with exceptional carved limestone and lovely
  fieldstone is timeless and memorable.
The terraces above the valley were stuffed with log mansions, some with a dozen
  fieldstone fireplaces.
The abutments which support the bridge on either bank are of fieldstone.
The exterior walls are constructed of fieldstone and mortar that has been
  stuccoed.
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