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Definition of "drywall" []

  • A building material comprising a sheet of gypsum sandwiched between two pieces of heavy paper, used mainly for interior walls and ceilings. (noun)
  • A wall made of this. (noun)
  • A stone wall constructed without mortar or cement. (noun)
  • To install and finish drywall. (verb)

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Use "drywall" in a sentence
  • "When you hear the term drywall, it is simply panels made of gypsum plaster used to construct interior walls and ceilings."
  • "It would be easier to plant speakers in drywall and hang a canvas in front of them, or mount them on the less conspicuous underside of a shelf, than go through this hassle. sumocat"
  • "Oh yes, and we have been renovating and everything is covered in drywall dust."