Adjective "hardboard" definition and examples

(Hardboard may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈhɑːdbɔːd/

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Definitions and examples

noun

Stiff board made of compressed and treated wood pulp.
  1. as modifier 'hardboard partitions'
  2. 'Certain types of wood siding like redwood, cedar, and manufactured hardboard siding seem to accelerate the problem.'
  3. 'Create a template from hardboard and transfer the pattern to the 1x8 redwood slats.'
  4. 'Do not use solvents on hardboard or particleboard panels, as it may damage the surface.'
  5. 'Then I moved into my own space, but all it comprised was a recess off the main room separated by hardboard sliding doors.'
  6. 'You can get a similar effect with trellis or pierced hardboard, painted to contrast with the shelf for a permanent decorative edging.'
  7. 'Siding can range from hardboard in 4x8-foot plywood sheets to hardboard lap siding to shingles.'
  8. 'Finally, many forms of silt derive from the wreck itself, including rust particles, carpet fibres, coal dust, hardboard, wood and expanded foam panels, and oil/fuel residues.'
  9. 'Elizabeth Steele contributes an analysis of the commitment the artist maintained to the material with which he began as a teen-ager - poster paints, paper, and hardboard.'
  10. 'As most of the posters, especially the ANC and the DA, are made of masonite or hardboard, some people use them to build shacks or decorate rooms because they can't afford building materials.'
  11. 'He works with unusual tools but achieves the required effect on hardboard and canvas.'

More definitions

1. a material made from wood fibers compressed into sheets, having many household and industrial uses.

More examples(as adjective)

"sales can be hardboard."