bossage [baw-sij, bos-ij] Word Origin noun Masonry.

  1. stonework blocked out for later carving.
  2. stonework, as rusticated ashlar, having faces projecting beyond the mortar joints.

Origin of bossage 1695–1705; French, equivalent to bosse boss2 + -age -age

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