Definition of Logboard

1. a hinged board containing notes for a logbook [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Logboard

logarithmetically
logarithmic
logarithmic function
logarithmic functions
logarithmic phase
logarithmic scale
logarithmic trigonometric function
logarithmic trigonometric functions
logarithmical
logarithmically
logarithmize
logarithms
logasthenia
logaœdic
logaœdics
logboard (current term)
logboards
logbook
logbooks
logcock
logcocks
loge
loges
logetronography
logfile
logfiles
loggable
loggat
loggats
logged

Literary usage of Logboard

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1. Masterman Ready; or, The wreck of the Pacific by Frederick Marryat (1885)
"Stop—now let me see," said Ready, talking to himself; " first— but I'll get the logboard and a bit of chalk, and write them down, for my memory is not quite ..."

2. Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays by John Bell (1780)
"Mz. Thou divine, pretty bud of beauty, one always finds you in your cabin, chalking upon your logboard there. Bar. If every body would but mind theirown ..."

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