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Definitions of grouting in various dictionaries:
verb - bind with grout
verb - to fill with a thin mortar
GROUTING - Grout is a dense fluid which is used to fill gaps or used as reinforcement in existing structures. Grout is generally a mixture of water, cement, ...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Filling gaps between tiles|
|Finishing off a tile job|
|Applying thin mortar between ceramic tiles|
|Filler between tiles|
|Finish on the tiles after Greek jaunt|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|grout, especially when hardened.|
|Grout, especially when hardened.|
|Present participle of grout.|
|An application of grout.|
|Grout is a dense fluid which is used to fill gaps or used as reinforcement in existing structures. Grout is generally a mixture of water, cement, and sand, and is employed in pressure grouting, embedding rebar in masonry walls, connecting sections of pre-cast concrete, filling voids, and sealing joints such as those between tiles. Some common uses for grout in the household include: filling in tiles of shower floors and kitchen tiles. It is often color tinted when it has to be kept visible, and sometimes includes fine gravel when being used to fill large spaces (such as the cores of concrete blocks). Unlike other structural pastes such as plaster or joint compound, correctly mixed and applied grout forms a waterproof seal.Although both grout and its close relative mortar are applied as a thick emulsion and harden over time, grout is distinguished by its low viscosity and lack of lime (added to mortar for pliability); grout is thin so it flows readily into gaps, while mortar is thick|