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Verb
/ˈmôrtər/,
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mortars, plural;
  1. Fix or join using mortar
    • - the pipe can be mortared in place
Noun
  1. A mixture of lime with cement, sand, and water, used in building to bond bricks or stones


  1. a muzzle-loading high-angle gun with a short barrel that fires shells at high elevations for a short range
  2. plaster with mortar; "mortar the wall"
  3. used as a bond in masonry or for covering a wall
  4. a bowl-shaped vessel in which substances can be ground and mixed with a pestle
  5. A mortar and pestle is a tool used to crush, grind, and mix solid substances (trituration). The pestle is a heavy bat-shaped object, the end of which is used for crushing and grinding. The mortar is a bowl, typically made of hard wood, marble, clay, or stone. ...
  6. Firestop mortars are most typically used to firestop large openings in walls and floors required to have a fire-resistance rating. They are passive fire protection items. Firestop mortars most often exhibit densities near 1 kg/L. ...
  7. Mortar is a workable paste used to bind construction blocks together and fill the gaps between them. The blocks may be stone, brick, cinder blocks, etc. Mortar becomes hard when it sets, resulting in a rigid aggregate structure. ...
  8. A mixture of lime or cement, sand and water used for bonding bricks and stones; A muzzle-loading, indirect fire weapon with either a rifled or smooth bore. ...
  9. (Mortars) High-angle fire weapons, making them particularly suitable for Korea's mountainous terrain.
  10. (mortars) Simple steel tubes on baseplates, supported by bipods, in 60mm, 81mm and 4.2-inch ("four-deuce") diameters. You just aimed the tube and dropped a mortar shell down the hole. A firing pin at the bottom ignited the propellant charge and the shell was flung out with a huge blast. ...
  11. A bonding material used in the construction of brick or stone structures.
  12. Mortars are among the oldest forms of artillery, and they had not changed much by the advent of the Civil War. Classified by bore size, 5.8-in., 8, 10, and 13 in. ...
  13. Mixture of sand, mortar, limestone and water used in bonding a chimney’s bricks together.
  14. A mix of one or more inorganic or organic binders, aggregates, fillers, additives and/or admixtures.
  15. The material used to bond bricks together when building a brick wall.
  16. is a mixture of sand, lime, and Portland cement, mixed with water to a workable consistency. It is applied with a bricklayer's trowel, and sets solid in a few hours. There are many different mixes and admixtures used to make mortars with different performance characteristics.
  17. A mixture of cement paste and fine aggregate; in fresh concrete, the material occupying the interstices among particles of coarse aggregate; in masonry construction, mortar may contain masonry cement, or may contain hydraulic cement with lime (and possibly other admixtures) to afford greater ...
  18. A plastic mixture of cement, water, and fine aggregates which combine together through a chemical process of crystallization to form a hardened solid that bonds building units together. See Water of Crystallization.
  19. A plastic mixture of cementitious materials, fine aggregate and water. See ASTM Specifications C 270, C 476 or BIA M1-72.
  20. An unrifled artillery gun which was designed to launch shells over walls and enemy fortifications.  The most famous Civil War mortar is the "Dictator" -- a mortar which was mounted on a railroad car and used during the siege of Petersburg. ...
  21. A muzzle-loading cannon for firing shells at low velocities, short ranges, and high trajectories is called a mortar. Because of their short, stubby appearance, they resemble mortars used with pestles to grind up substances like oats, corn, and rice. Source: Carlin Timmons
  22. a material used in the plastic state and troweled into place to harden (see lime mortar, portland cement); used to consolidate brick, stone, and concrete block work
  23. A bowl-shaped grinding tool, used with a wood or stone pestle for grinding various materials.
  24. A plastic mixture of lime and sand, with possible other possible ingredients, such as horse hair; it is used chiefly for bonding masonry units together. Modern mortars include Portland cement.
  25. There are three types of mortar, at least for the purposes of installing a Pizza Oven or Refractory Fireplace. ...