noun, plural ma·son·ries.
- mason, george,
- mason, lowell,
- mason-dixon line,
- masonry cement,
Origin of masonry
Examples from the Web for masonry
Over the years, stone slabs and masonry replaced the barbed wire.
B fails to construct the masonry work; this exempts A from liability.
Cope′-stone, Cop′ing-stone, the stone which copes or tops a wall; Cop′ing, the covering course of masonry of a wall.
The event created great excitement, and led many to believe that Masonry and good citizenship were incompatible.
noun plural -ries
"stonework," mid-14c., from Old French maçonerie (14c.), from maçon (see mason).