The roof is only of lath and plaster, painted in imitation of masonry.
The propeller has four blades which are but little wider than a lath.
There was nothing to either except a one-inch board and a thickness of lath and plastering.
He's a reg'lar little ripper, sir, and as straight as a lath.
A common method of catching lobsters is to sink a box made of lath to the bottom, where they crawl about on the rocks.
There was no lath and plaster; the walls were made of matched boards.
Evidently the point had embedded in a lath, for the knife did not move.
It looked like a lath from a distance, so they got the name of "lathers" from this.
In the same series of cuts a detail of the base is shown which includes the framing, the base board, and the lath and plaster.
In the little garden under the terrace was a lath and plaster lean-to.
late 13c., probably from Old English *læððe, variant of lætt "lath," apparently from a Proto-Germanic *laþþo (cf. Old Saxon, Old Norse latta, Middle Dutch, German latte "lath," Dutch lat, Middle High German lade "plank," which is source of German Laden "counter," hence, "shop"). As a verb, 1530s, from the noun.