- n. Plural form of mason.
“The going rate here (Lerdo, Durango) for brick masons is $1,300 (pesos) per week - 5 1/2 days.”
“The war with the masons is short and sharp; that with the carpenters long and tedious.”
“When the day had reached its term the masons and workmen were dismissed after they had taken their wage; but as for the Bhang-eater the Sultan gave him two gold pieces and set him free about sunset tide; so he fared to his handmaid and informed her of what had befallen him from the King, adding, "He hath indeed looked upon the necklace and hath asked me to invite him hither as well as the Wazir.”
“The masons are a father and son team and they knew even before we began some of the basic tasks that are called for in the stove construction process such as mixing cement and laying cinderblock.”
“One of the masons was her sweetheart (Tom Farrell his name was), but he got into bad ways, I remember, and was hanged or transported, though that was years afterwards, when I had left that countryside.”
“I believe the masons were a great curse to Dr. Gloyd.”
“The police commenced a minute search, calling masons in to aid them.”
“Together they passed over the results of the contribution to the contractors, who in turn paid it in wages to the workmen who repaired the fabric, such as masons and carpenters, and to other artisans who restored other details, such as brass and iron work.”
“Mattocks, such as masons use, have likewise been met with, as well as oak shovels for collecting the ore.”
“The vision is of a plumb-line, a line with a plummet at the end of it, such as masons and bricklayers use to run up a wall by, that they may work it straight and true, and by rule.”
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