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Definition of Roughcast

Roughcast
Roughcast Rough`cast", v. t. 1. To form in its first rudiments, without revision, correction, or polish. --Dryden. 2. To mold without nicety or elegance; to form with asperities and inequalities. 3. To plaster with a mixture of lime and shells or pebbles; as, to roughcast a building.
Roughcast
Roughcast Rough"cast`, n. 1. A rude model; the rudimentary, unfinished form of a thing. 2. A kind of plastering made of lime, with a mixture of shells or pebbles, used for covering buildings. --Shak.

Meaning of Roughcast from wikipedia

- Roughcast or pebbledash is a co**** plaster surface used on outside walls that consists of lime and sometimes cement mixed with sand, small gravel and...
- with whitened roughcast for estate workers, parsons and schoolmasters. For 1888, The Cottage was unusual not only for being entirely roughcast, but also for...
- the Old French pargeter or parjeter, to throw about, or porgeter, to roughcast a wall. However, the term is more usually applied only to the decoration...
- John , W****end Telegraph, 16 April 1965; and in Pearson, Lynn (2007) "Roughcast textures with cosmic overtones: a survey of British murals, 1945–80" Decorative...
- coaching inn at the foot of Dunmail Raise, the building is two storeys, roughcast over stone rubble with a slate roof. It is in two blocks, stepped down...
- finished product commonly known as "rock dash", "pebble dash", or also as roughcast if the stones are incorporated directly into the stucco, used mainly from...
- Phosphogypsum Plasterwork Polished plaster Ready-mix lightweight joint compound Roughcast, an exterior finish used on buildings Stucco Tadelakt, a waterproof plaster...
- The roughcast first floor has wide projecting 'Ipswich' pattern oriel windows, supported on wooden brackets. The second floor, also roughcast, projects...
- in 1918. It was a brick building, with 10-foot (3.0 m) wide verandahs; roughcast externally and roofed with asbestos slate, which mirrored the 1914 side...
- other buildings but not without reason. Loos built his buildings with roughcast walls and used the stucco to form a protective skin over the bricks. Loos...