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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of Sheetrock.


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  • The formerly bare or stud-only interior walls were all long since Sheetrocked, papered, or painted, and most were populated with prints and paintings.

    Again to Carthage

  • A sink was attached to a freshly Sheetrocked wall.

    Again to Carthage

  • The ceiling was Sheetrocked and painted white, making the interior much lighter than that of many Bush cabins.

    A Fine and Bitter Snow

  • A short hallway that led to the new main-floor bedroom was framed and Sheetrocked, effectively separating the front of the house from the back for the first time ever.

    Manner of Death

  • The logs had been Sheetrocked inside, and taped, mudded, and painted a soft eggshell white by an expert hand.

    Fire and Ice

  • "In closets where the walls weren't Sheetrocked, we used cameras" to find the black mold that plastered a 10- by 15-foot section of Feigin's front basement wall, he said.

    Phillies Zone

  • My father was taking up a new writer-in-residence job at San Fernando Valley State College; my mother and Kevin and I looked at houses perched on hillsides, we looked at Sheetrocked apartments decorated like haciendas and Roman atria, we dreamed about living on the beach in Malibu, on the far, far side of the city, but there was never really any doubt we’d get a place in the Valley with a pool.

    Summer of Deliverance


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