pseudisodomic

pseudisodomic

[soo-dahy-suh-dom-ik]
adjective Architecture.
(of ashlar) composed of stones having the same length, laid in courses of different heights.

Origin:
< Greek pseudisódomos. See pseud-, isodomic

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