Definition of Cheeseboard

1. Noun. Tray on which cheeses are served.

Exact synonyms: Cheese Tray
Generic synonyms: Tray



Definition of Cheeseboard

1. Noun. A board used for serving cheeses. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cheeseboard

cheese sauce
cheese slaw
cheese slicer
cheese slicers
cheese souffle
cheese spread
cheese straw
cheese straws
cheese syndrome
cheese tray
cheese wire
cheese worker's lung
cheeseable
cheeseball
cheeseboard (current term)
cheeseboards
cheesebox
cheeseboxes
cheeseburger
cheeseburgers
cheesecakes
cheesecloth
cheesecloths
cheesed
cheesed off
cheesefare
cheeseflower

Literary usage of Cheeseboard

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1. Thomas Carlyle: A History of the First Forty Years of His Life, 1795-1835 by James Anthony Froude (1882)
"... though we are still in terrible want of a cheeseboard, and by the blessing of Heaven shall get one to-morrow afternoon. Jane (the greater'i is surveying ..."

2. Letters of Thomas Carlyle, 1826-1836 by Thomas Carlyle (1889)
"... though we are still in terrible want of a cheeseboard, and by the blessing of Heaven shall get one to-morrow afternoon. Jane (the greater) is surveying ..."

3. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1858)
"In July 1594, three sheets of white plate for the cheeseboard cost 10d.; March 1595, eight sheets of plate, to put upon the ropes of the cheese crates, ..."

4. France by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"... son Philippe prepare regionally based meals offering 'enormous portions' and 'astonishing value' in the spotless open-to-view kitchen. (The cheeseboard ..."

5. B&b Stops in England, Scotland & Wales 2004 by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2004)
"Specialities include homemade soups, prawn or smoked salmon salads, cheeseboard with bannocks, gateaux or cheesecakes for sweet. ..."

6. Southern France by Fiona Duncan, Leonie Glass (2002)
"Food is excellent, with a good choice of menus and a 'wonderful' cheeseboard. 'Luxurious...yet at the same time homely and cosy', praises a recent guest. ..."

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