noun scaf·fold·ing \-fəl-diŋ, -ˌfōl-\

: the metal poles and wooden boards that are used to build or support a scaffold (sense 1)

Full Definition of SCAFFOLDING

:  a system of scaffolds; also :  material for scaffolds

First Known Use of SCAFFOLDING

14th century


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