Definitions for "Drywall"
Gypsum or plaster wrapped construction material, produced in large sheets to be nailed to wall studs. Also called Sheetrock, wallboard or plasterboard, it comes in a variety of sizes: 4' wide in 6', 7', 8', 10', 12' and 16' lengths and 3/8', 1/2" and 5/8" thicknesses. The 5/8" thickness comes in only the 4' X 8' size because of its weight and is normally used to fireproof walls.
Sheetrock, gypsum board, CaSO42H2O, the interior finish of a wall or ceiling.
A gypsum wallboard used for interior sheathing; commonly known as sheetrock
Drywall is a musical project of Los Angeles singer-songwriter Stan Ridgway, which he has variously described as an "electro/experimental noise combo," a "mad apocalyptic project," and "an experiment in terror, a collection of rants, laments and media overload."