Definition of Fibreboard

1. Noun. Wallboard composed of wood chips or shavings bonded together with resin and compressed into rigid sheets.

Exact synonyms: Fiberboard, Particle Board
Specialized synonyms: Masonite
Generic synonyms: Dry Wall, Drywall, Wallboard

Definition of Fibreboard

1. Noun. (British Canada) A material made from wood chips or shavings, which are compressed and bonded with resin and formed into stiff sheets, often laminated with melamine, and used in building or making furniture. ¹

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Definition of Fibreboard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fibreboard

fibre-optic transmission system
fibre-reinforced plastic
fibre bundle
fibre bundles
fibre cell
fibre optic
fibre optic cable
fibre optics
fibreboard (current term)
fibreoptic endoscope

Literary usage of Fibreboard

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1. Freight Classification by Ernest Ritson Dewsnup, John Philpot Curran, La Salle Extension University (1914)
"Specifications for three-ply or more fibreboard or ... ratings on articles in Wooden Boxes' will apply on the game articles in fibreboard, ..."

2. Treatises in an Interstate Commerce and Railway Traffic Course by La Salle Extension University (1922)
"Many shippers have found that fibreboard container» afford as secure protection as ... An added advantage of fibreboard containers is that when folded, ..."

3. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1922)
"wood or fibreboard shank, which itself has a steel reinforcement to maintain its shape ... Its manufacture falls into the three lines of wood, fibreboard, ..."

4. The Traffic Library: Principles of Classification by American commerce association (1920)
"fibreboard boxes with wooden frames, in carload lots are classified as follows in Western Classification: Boxes, fibreboard, ..."

5. Fire Insurance Inspection & Underwriting by Charles Carroll Dominge, W. O. Lincoln (1920)
"CHEMICAL FIBRE OR fibreboard—It is a board- like substance J^ to 1/16 inch in thickness ... fibreboard is made from various waste materials, such as leather ..."

6. Attorneys' Fees and the Tobacco Settlement: Congressional Hearing edited by Howard Coble (2000)
"B. Description In this case, a deal was struck to resolve present and future cases against fibreboard, a prominent asbestos manufacturer. ..."

7. The Architectural Review (1919)
"Mastic and fibreboard are elastic enough to take up any expansion and contraction. Nailed firmly to the building, it gives the same advantages procurable by ..."

8. The Traffic Field: Comprising The Industrial Traffic Department by John William Cobey, Brunner Robeson, James P. Haynes, John H. Kane, Norman De Forest Chaplin, La Salle Extension University (1920)
"Many shippers have found that fibreboard containers afford as secure protection as ... An added advantage of fibreboard containers is that when folded, ..."

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