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fieldstone

Loose stone found on the surface or in the soil, flat in the direction of bedding and suitable for use as drywall masonry. See also: Stone

fieldstone

1. Loose stone found on the surface or in the soil.
2. Slabby units, flat in the direction of bedding or lineation of the rock, and suitable for setting as dry-wall masonry. Glacial or alluvial boulders and cobbles, found in or on the soil, are not fieldstone in the strict sense.
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