Mortar

Mortar,

Definition of Mortar:

  1. Attack or bombard with shells fired from a mortar.

  2. Mixture of cement, sand, and water used as a binding material, and to fill the interstices, in masonry construction.

  3. A short smoothbore gun for firing shells (technically called bombs) at high angles.

  4. A cup-shaped receptacle made of hard material, in which ingredients are crushed or ground, used especially in cooking or pharmacy.

Synonyms of Mortar

Dish, Basin, Pan, Pot, Crock, Crucible, Mortar, Adobe, Aim at, Alembic, Anvil, Ashlar, Barrage, Blast, Blitz, Bombard, Brick, Bricks and mortar, Caldron, Cannon, Cannonade, Cement, Clinker, Commence firing, Concrete, Covering materials, Crucible, Enfilade, Engine, Ferroconcrete, Fire a volley, Fire at, Fire upon, Firebrick, Flag, Flagstone, Flooring, Fusillade, Grout, Lath and plaster, Lathe, Machine, Masonry, Mastic, Melting pot, Motor, Open fire, Open up on, Parget, Pavement, Paving, Paving material, Pepper, Plaster, Plasters, Pop at, Prestressed concrete, Rake, Retort, Roofage, Roofing, Roughcast, Shell, Shoot, Shoot at, Siding, Snipe, Snipe at, Stone, Strafe, Stucco, Take aim at, Test tube, Tile, Tiling, Torpedo, Transducer, Transformer, Walling, Zero in on

How to use Mortar in a sentence?

  1. A mortar and pestle.
  2. Mortars and machine guns.
  3. The Commando positions were being heavily mortared.

Meaning of Mortar & Mortar Definition