Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of drywall.
  • adj. Of or pertaining to the installation and finishing of drywall.

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Examples

  • Despite the fact she eventually grew so paranoid she nearly didn't let me use the entirely innocent word '' drywalling '' lest it mean something sinister, she has been a wonderful support and friend.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • Yet not a single conservative writer in the power corridor bothered to do what Nebraskan Ryan Geiser was routinely doing after a busy day framing and drywalling—namely, reviewing the relevant books.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • The lunch break offers a short respite from the long list of work: drywalling, painting, door-trimming, anything to help the state's second-largest city recover from the 2008 floods, which, according to state estimates, displaced 38,000 people.

    'People are still engaged' in aiding flood recovery

  • He has moved hisFrancois Ghebaly Gallery to Culver City, landing in a funky, misshapen muffler repair shop and drywalling it into La Cienega's "must see" space.

    Mat Gleason: LA Art World Gossip, October 2010

  • This year I was finally able to put up some shelving in our new garage addition (which we are still insulating and drywalling: ah, construction is slow when you do it yourself ...).

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • But a few sheets of 12 'drywall (we have a stack in our garage right now: we are drywalling the addition) and a visit from our electrician to reroute the wire on the ceiling light will do wonders.

    Second-Generation Rennovators

  • My son would be staying with his dad, my former husband, who also would be working with my partner male at my house, tiling and drywalling.

    Life As We Know It

  • I remember drywalling with a pregnant belly and him refusing to help because it's not his house officially.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • As winter set in, the illegal immigrant, who had mastered masonry, carpentry and drywalling in the U.S., didn't land a job for two months.

    Latest Immigration Wave: Retreat

  • "What we tried to do is take away the rough stuff, so the person was able to come in and do their own build-out of fixtures and drywalling."

    The Perfect Loft Eludes Developers Who Try to Sell Almost Nothing

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