bender board

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noun \ˈben-dər-ˌbȯrd\
variants: or

benderboard

Definition of bender board

plural

bender boards

or

benderboards

  1. :  material manufactured in long, flexible strips for use especially as garden edging The granite pathway winds through the garden to the tea house. It is lined with vinyl bender board to control the lawn on one side and medium river rock on the other to keep the bark and sand in place. — Cecile Garrison, Visalia Times-Delta (California), 22 Apr. 2010 Landscape architect Bill Derringer of Atherton, California, used redwood benderboard—flexible wood strips usually used for lawn borders—for the top and bottom rails. — Peter O. Whitely, Sunset, November 1995

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1963

First Known Use of bender board

1963


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