struck joint[′strək ‚jȯint]
A mortar joint in brickwork formed by pressing the trowel in at the lower edge, so that a recess is formed at the bottom of the joint; suitable only for interior work.
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A masonry joint from which excess mortar has been removed by a stroke of the trowel, leaving a flush joint; a weather-struck joint. See also: Mortar joint
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1. A masonry joint from which excess mortar has been removed by a stroke of the trowel, leaving an approximately flush joint.
2. A horizontal masonry joint in which the
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