tile grout, is it hard enough to stand up to the weather?

later this year i may have several pallets of old bags of grout (for free) that i can use to fill in some erosion or along the edge of the drive.
i'm curious if it will be hard enough to stand up to the weather (like cement) or if it is too soft.
i wouldn't actually take it out of the bags, just stack them where needed and wet them down with the hose and then let them be...
songbird
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On 7/14/2017 3:55 PM, songbird wrote:

According to Wiki, tile grout is a mix of water, cement and sand. Would appear to me as same stuff used to cement bricks or cinder blocks. Should be OK and you could even extend it to be more like concrete by mixing with small rocks.
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On 7/14/17 4:23 PM, Frank wrote:

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