Definition of Gameboard

1. Noun. A flat portable surface (usually rectangular) designed for board games. "He got out the board and set up the pieces"




Definition of Gameboard

1. Noun. A portable surface on which a game is played, and which is marked for play of that game. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gameboard

game score
game scores
game sheet
game show
game shows
game the system
game theorist
game theorists
game theory
game warden
game with a purpose
gamebag
gamebags
gamebird
gamebirds
gameboard (current term)
gameboards
gamebook
gamebooks
gamecard
gamecards
gamecatcher
gamecock
gamecocks
gamed
gamed the system
gamefic
gamefish
gamefishes
gamefowl

Literary usage of Gameboard

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. My Community by Jill Norris (1996)
"Stack question cards and community component cards face down on the labeled boxes on the gameboard. 3. Each player chooses one of the four playing areas on ..."

2. Tropical Rainforests by Debbie DePauw, Debby De Pauw (1994)
"Plan a gameboard and playing pieces. Make a list of the rules. Teach the game to your classmates. Write a song or poem retelling the story. ..."

3. Literary Disorders: Holistic Diagnosis and Remediation by Anthony & Ula Manzo, Ula C. Manzo (1993)
"By moving this same information around, like a gameboard piece, into each of the other categories, other hypotheses suggest themselves. ..."

4. The More the Merrier by Shenanigan Books, Mary Watson (2004)
"Craft Time Supplies: plywood square (gameboard) checkerboard stencil masking tape red & black acrylic paint styrofoam meat trays sponge pieces small paint ..."

5. The Pisa 2003 Assessment Framework: Mathematics, Reading, Science and by PISA (haridusprogramm), Publi Oecd Published by Oecd Publishing, OECD Staff, Andreas Schleicher, Claudia Vendramel Tamassia (2003)
"... consider the "Fairground" Example 2 carried out by an eighth grade class of students (Romberg, 1994): Mathematics Example 2: FAIRGROUND gameboard At a ..."

6. My Community by Jill Norris (1996)
"Stack question cards and community component cards face down on the labeled boxes on the gameboard. 3. Each player chooses one of the four playing areas on ..."

7. Tropical Rainforests by Debbie DePauw, Debby De Pauw (1994)
"Plan a gameboard and playing pieces. Make a list of the rules. Teach the game to your classmates. Write a song or poem retelling the story. ..."

8. Literary Disorders: Holistic Diagnosis and Remediation by Anthony & Ula Manzo, Ula C. Manzo (1993)
"By moving this same information around, like a gameboard piece, into each of the other categories, other hypotheses suggest themselves. ..."

9. The More the Merrier by Shenanigan Books, Mary Watson (2004)
"Craft Time Supplies: plywood square (gameboard) checkerboard stencil masking tape red & black acrylic paint styrofoam meat trays sponge pieces small paint ..."

10. The Pisa 2003 Assessment Framework: Mathematics, Reading, Science and by PISA (haridusprogramm), Publi Oecd Published by Oecd Publishing, OECD Staff, Andreas Schleicher, Claudia Vendramel Tamassia (2003)
"... consider the "Fairground" Example 2 carried out by an eighth grade class of students (Romberg, 1994): Mathematics Example 2: FAIRGROUND gameboard At a ..."

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