Definition of Boxboards

1. Noun. (plural of boxboard) ¹



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Definition of Boxboards

1. boxboard [n] - See also: boxboard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boxboards

box the gnat
box tortoise
box tree
box turtle
box up
box white oak
box wine
box wrench
boxable
boxball
boxberries
boxberry
boxboard
boxboards (current term)
boxcar
boxcar function
boxcar functions
boxcars
boxcutter
boxcutters
boxed
boxed-in(a)
boxed in
boxed in(p)
boxed set
boxen
boxer

Literary usage of Boxboards

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1. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1906)
"Its lightness and ease of working makes the wood desirable for the dug-outs of the natives, and it may have some value for paper pulp or boxboards. ..."

2. Purchasing Principles and Practices by John Cecil Dinsmore (1922)
"... 500 sheets to the ream 25^ x 10I/2 Coated folding boxboards " 28 x 44 ... COATED AND UNCOATED 'Cardboards and boxboards are figured by standard ..."

3. Elements of Forestry by Nelson Courtlandt Brown, Frederick Franklin Moon (1914)
"It is also used for grape stakes, boxboards and railroad ties. To summarize, the situation in utilization is characterized as follows: (1) This is a great ..."

4. The Friendly Arctic: The Story of Five Years in Polar Regions by Vilhjálmur Stefánsson (1921)
"The boxboards were a godsend. When you wade knee-deep and hip-deep through ice water most of the day a dry camping- place is especially desirable, ..."

5. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"... or so for boxboards they are set nine or ten feet apart each way. If clear timber of the best quality is desired, they are set four feet apart each way ..."

6. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1907)
"Six cords of firewood and over a thousand feet of boxboards per acre were secured from the thinning. The stand may be let alone for some ten years, ..."

7. A Brief History of Forestry in Europe, the United States and Other Countries by Bernhard Eduard Fernow (1907)
"... while nearly 5 million dollars' worth was exported in the last named year, mostly cork, casks, thin boxboards, olive wood manufactures, and charcoal. ..."

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