clapboard

[ klab-erd, klap-bawrd, ‐bohrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF clapboard

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The Virginians dropped all thought of sassafras and clapboard.

Under a sign, "Hotel," he entered a door in a clapboard house.

It was a lost fragment of clapboard about four feet long, and with no house to it.

He had men getting cedar, walnut and clapboard for buildings.

It was a clapboard structure covered with a reed roof, and eighteen by thirty feet in size.

There he built a log cabin covered with a clapboard roof and the chimney was built on the outside of the primitive dwelling.

Their first home in this section was a log cabin with a slab floor and a clapboard roof.

Clapboard alternated with hastily constructed sheet-metal buildings with no room between.

The frow is driven through the wood by a wooden mallet, to the end that the sides of the clapboard may be fairly smooth.

The houses are built of hewn logs, turned brown as a Cincinnati ham, and the clapboard roofs are held on by big stones.

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