In brickwork, a patterned bond where the facing brick is laid with all vertical joints aligned; in stone veneer masonry, a pattern in which single units are set with continuous vertical and horizontal joints.See also: Bond
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stack bond, stacked bond
1. In brickwork, a pattern bond; the facing brick is laid with all vertical joints continuously aligned. The brick is bonded to the backing by metal ties.
2. In stone veneer masonry, a pattern in which units of a single size are set with continuous vertical and horizontal joints.
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