Definition of Strawboard

1. Noun. A coarse yellow cardboard made of straw pulp.

Generic synonyms: Cardboard, Composition Board



Definition of Strawboard

1. n. Pasteboard made of pulp of straw.

Definition of Strawboard

1. Noun. A form of cardboard, usually yellow, made from straw ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Strawboard

strawberry mark
strawberry pear
strawberry pears
strawberry pigweed
strawberry preserves
strawberry saxifrage
strawberry shortcake
strawberry shortcakes
strawberry shrub
strawberry tomato
strawberry tree
strawberry trees
strawberryish
strawberryless
strawberrylike
strawboard (current term)
strawboards
strawcraft
strawed
strawen
strawflower
strawflowers
strawhat
strawier
strawiest
strawing
strawless
strawlike
strawman
strawmen

Literary usage of Strawboard

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1. Bulletin by Seventh-Day Adventists General Conference. Dept. of Education (1912)
"ADVANCED DIVISION Fifth Month 1 small note-book 2 pieces strawboard 4" x 4" ... 2 Glue the large pieces of strawboard to the wrong side, the large piece of ..."

2. Contributions (1908)
"In 1900 the total production of strawboard in the United States was ... For each ton of strawboard manufactured there were discharged into the streams about ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"There are basket factories, phosphate manufactories and planing and strawboard mills. It is the seat of Washington College, organized in 1773. Pop. 2735. ..."

4. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"spec, cardboard, millboard, strawboard, binder's board. pastoral, n. 1. composition (contextual), eclogue; spec, idyl, bucolic (chiefly in pi.). 3. ..."

5. Public School Methods (1921)
"strawboard LOOM The loom is a piece of strawboard (tablet back) 7x9 or 9 x 11 inches. Each end should be perforated with an uneven number of holes. ..."

6. Freight Classification by Ernest Ritson Dewsnup, John Philpot Curran, La Salle Extension University (1914)
"(d) Glassware or other fragile articles, when gross weight of the box and its contents does not exceed 30 pounds, must be enclosed in corrugated strawboard ..."

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