coursed rubble


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Related to coursed rubble: random rubble, coursed ashlar

coursed rubble

[¦kȯrsd ′rəb·əl]
(civil engineering)
Masonry in which rough stones are fitted into approximately level courses.

coursed rubble

Masonry construction in which roughly dressed stones of random size are used, as they occur, to build up courses; the interstices between them are filled with smaller pieces, or with mortar.
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The concrete car park is clad in black granite offcuts that are laid as coursed rubble to form a rough dark plinth to the red and white terrace above.