pasteboard

Part of speech: noun

Stiff, thick sheets of paper pasted together.

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Usage examples "pasteboard":

  1. They pattered after her and watched while she lifted down a large pasteboard box from a cupboard. - "Brother and Sister", Josephine Lawrence.
  2. A married woman now leaves her husband's card with her own, and sisters leave the " pasteboard" of their brothers and often those of their brothers' friends. - "Worldly Ways and Byways", Eliot Gregory.
  3. A funny little crown copied in red and white pasteboard from the one they found on the Jack of Hearts in a deck of cards, rested on the short, light hair, curling up around her ears. - "The Little Colonel at Boarding-School", Annie Fellows Johnston.