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Definition of Bastard ashlar
Bastard ashlarBastard Bas"tard, a.
1. Begotten and born out of lawful matrimony; illegitimate.
See Bastard, n., note.
2. Lacking in genuineness; spurious; false; adulterate; --
applied to things which resemble those which are genuine,
but are really not so.
That bastard self-love which is so vicious in
itself, and productive of so many vices. --Barrow.
3. Of an unusual make or proportion; as, a bastard musket; a
bastard culverin. [Obs.]
4. (Print.) Abbreviated, as the half title in a page
preceding the full title page of a book.
Bastard ashlar (Arch.), stones for ashlar work, roughly
squared at the quarry.
Bastard file, a file intermediate between the coarsest and
the second cut.
Bastard type (Print.), type having the face of a larger or
a smaller size than the body; e.g., a nonpareil face on a
Bastard wing (Zo["o]l.), three to five quill feathers on a
small joint corresponding to the thumb in some mam malia;
Meaning of Bastard ashlar from wikipedia
(/ˈæʃlər/) is finely dressed
(cut, worked) stone, either
an individual stone
that has been worked until
squared, or a structure built
- the rebuilt
town centre—to designs
by local architects
John and William ****
to the present
Camp, a military...
horseshoe-shaped towers; finely-cut often rusticated ashlar facing stones
with intricate poured
cores; concealed postern gates
- James Butler
Hodge, is constructed
from red and grey brick
four lion sculptures
made of Caen stone
Cr**** starts. It was built
by the Prin****lity of Antioch
out of ashlar
. The castle
used to have a gate to the north, but this gate no longer
(Old Fr. abeste) ascendant ascertain ascribe
(Old Fr. ascrivre) ashlar
(Old Fr. aiseler) asine askance
(Old Fr. à escone) asp (Middle Fr. aspe...
- (24.0 ft) high. It was built
from coursed rubble sandstone
; it probably
had a castellated
parapet. Unusually, it featured
- 30 x 30 meters
(98 x 98 feet), where
made of fieldstones
and ashlar masonry still
remain, whose hollowed spaces
were filled-in with smaller...
- the common
frog and the viper
snake. In addition, the Ocellated
Snake, Horseshoe Snake
and Ladder Snake
are found throughout
- features large galleries
with ovoid barrel vaults
"of immaculate poros ashlar
" (Andrews), supported
by side walls
of limestone blocks
and by regularly...
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