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drywall Syllabification: dry·wall
Pronunciation: /ˈdrīwôl/

Definition of drywall in English:

noun

North American
A type of board made from plaster, wood pulp, or other material, used especially to form the interior walls of houses.
Example sentences
  • In a traditional barn, you won't find finishes like drywall or gypsum board.
  • Good advice, but how do you go about finding those often elusive studs in a wall that's covered with drywall or plaster?
  • Since you mentioned that your walls are plaster as opposed to drywall, this makes things a little easier.

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