Definition for REN-DER-ED-AND-SET

REN-DER-ED-AND-SET, n. [Rendered and set.]

In architecture, denotes a plastering of two coats on naked brick or stone work. When three coats are used, this is called rendered and floated, or roughing in. The first of the three coats is called a pricking up. Brande.

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