Skintled brickwork

Skintled brickwork

In masonry, an irregular arrangement of bricks, with respect to the normal face of a wall. The bricks are set in and out so as to produce an uneven effect on the wall; also a rough effect caused by mortar being squeezed out of the joints.
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skintled brickwork

Brickwork which has been laid so as to form a wall with an irregular face.
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