Wattle-and-daub definitions

A building material consisting of interwoven rods and laths or twigs plastered with mud or clay, used especially in the construction of simple dwellings or as an infill between members of a timber-framed wall.
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A structure of interwoven branches and twigs plastered with mud, clay or dung, used in the construction of dwellings, especially as infill in a half-timbered wall.
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Alternative spelling of wattle and daub.
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Origin of wattle-and-daub

wattle + and + daub