chipboard

noun
chip·​board | \ ˈchip-ˌbȯrd How to pronounce chipboard (audio) \

Definition of chipboard

: a cardboard usually made entirely from wastepaper

Examples of chipboard in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Yet, their chipboard construction has proved to be incredibly resilient, the tactile experience and interlocking pieces impossible to replicate on a touchscreen in a satisfying way. Austin Carr, Bloomberg.com, "A Popular, Low-Tech Way to Pass the Time in Quarantine: Puzzles," 5 May 2020 White Mountain offers high-quality puzzles made of sturdy blue chipboard on recycled paper. Luann Gibbs, Cincinnati.com, "Finding 'inner piece' with jigsaw puzzles during pandemic," 24 Apr. 2020 Route 66’ gave the grooviest Oregon City history lesson, daddy-o Bigfoot Face 1,000-piece puzzle by Lantern Press: The final image is 20 inches by 30 inches and made of premium archival paper and ink on 1/16-inch thick, grade-A chipboard. oregonlive, "Marijuana plants, Bigfoot, other Oregon-themed jigsaw puzzles a welcome distraction during stay-at-home orders," 5 Apr. 2020 Pillars covered in chipboard fill the Grossman Gallery. Cate Mcquaid, BostonGlobe.com, "With new exhibit, Chicago artist builds upon the history of Boston’s black community," 5 Sep. 2019 While the chipboard suggests neglect or abandonment, these pillars take the weight in a garden of colors. Cate Mcquaid, BostonGlobe.com, "With new exhibit, Chicago artist builds upon the history of Boston’s black community," 5 Sep. 2019 Up to a point, that describes the foundation, with its fetishized lowdown materials like chipboard and orange construction fencing and slightly out-of-the-way location, south of the city’s center. Michael Kimmelman, New York Times, "Shape-Shifting Art Tower Completes Prada’s City Within a City," 15 June 2018 Other multipart paintings had been executed with crude oil, specially ordered chipboard, electrical tape, nails and tar. Phyllis Tuchman, New York Times, "Dorothea Rockburne’s Ephemeral Art and Enduring Legacy," 4 May 2018 Not only were the chipboards completely separate—not communicating with each other—but Mattel wasn’t using them to their full potential. Michal Lev-ram, Fortune, "Can a Tech Makeover Save the Toy Industry?," 22 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of chipboard

1919, in the meaning defined above

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“Chipboard.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/chipboard. Accessed 23 Sep. 2020.

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chipboard

noun
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English Language Learners Definition of chipboard

US : a type of cardboard made from paper that had been thrown away

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