Pebble wall | Article about pebble wall by The Free Dictionary
1. A wall built of pebbles in mortar.
2. A wall faced with pebbles embedded, at random or in pattern, in a mortar coating on the exposed surface.
References in classic literature
A clay and pebble wall
, built in 1853, surrounded the town; and in the principal street were the market and several hotels adorned with pavilions.
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