vermiculated masonry

vermiculated masonry

1. A form of masonry surface, incised with discontinuous wandering grooves resembling worm tracks; a type of ornamental winding frets or knots on mosaic pavements, resembling the tracks of worms. See also: Masonry
2. A form of masonry surface, incised with discontinuous wandering grooves resembling worm tracks; a type of ornamental winding frets or knots on mosaic pavements, resembling the tracks of worms.
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