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wattling (plural wattlings)
- an interwoven mesh of twigs; wattle
- 1952: Wattling consists of a row of upright stakes the spaces between which are more or less filled by interweaving small branches, hazel rods, osiers, reeds, thin strips of wood, or other pliant material. — L.F. Salzman, Building in England, p. 188.
- the act of making such a mesh