- British a kind of limestone used as a building material, esp at Bath in England
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It is built of ragstone with bath-stone dressings, and covered with slate.
The external material of the building is Kentish rag, with selected Bath-stone dressings.
It is solidly built of Kentish rag, with Bath-stone facings, having two flanking towers, surmounted with stone spires.
The west front exterior is in the Decorated style, built of red and straw-coloured brick, with Bath-stone dressings.
Many of the buildings are handsome, and are constructed of the white great-oolite, known as bath-stone.England, Picturesque and Descriptive