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Definition of Wythe

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layer of masonry which is one unit in thickness; partition of masonry that separates flues in a chimney
(1729–1806) United States jurist and statesman
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
Same as Withe, n., 4.
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\wythe\ (?), n. (naut.). same as withe, n., 4.

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A wythe is a continuous vertical section of masonry one unit in thickness. A wythe may be independent of, or interlocked with, the adjoining wythe(s). A single wythe of brick that is not structural in nature is referred to as a veneer.

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