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[mass noun] Timber wall studs collectively.
- ‘And the pork chop has both a studding of sage and an artichoke confit to thank for its holiday-dinner aroma.’
- ‘A little two-storey gatehouse of about 1600, also timber-framed with close studding, guards the crossing over the moat.’
- ‘There was a small living room and had no drywall on the studding, adjacent to the living room was a bedroom, which was at the front of the house.’
- ‘The studding is a purely decorative elaboration of the rivets used to attach armor lames to each other.’
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