lime-and-cement mortar

lime-and-cement mortar

[¦līm ən si¦ment ′mȯrd·ər]
(materials)
Mortar made of mortar cement, lime putty or hydrated lime, and sand in proportions, by volume, normally of one part cement, one or two lime, and five or six sand; suited for all kinds of masonry.

lime-and-cement mortar

Hydrated lime, lime putty, or slaked lime mixed with portland cement and sand; forms a cement mortar used in masonry and in portland cement plaster (stucco).