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weather +‎ board

NounEdit

weatherboard (plural weatherboards)

  1. (nautical) The windward side of a vessel.
  2. (nautical) A plank placed over an opening to keep out driven water.
  3. Any of a series of horizontal boards used to cover the exterior of a timber-framed building; clapboard.
    • 1952, Neville Shute, The Far Country, London: Heinemann, Chapter One,[1]
      The homestead lies half a mile from the road, a small bungalow built of weatherboard with an iron roof and with verandas on three sides []

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VerbEdit

weatherboard (third-person singular simple present weatherboards, present participle weatherboarding, simple past and past participle weatherboarded)

  1. (transitive) To cover with a weatherboard.

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