Definition of paneling
: panels joined in a continuous surface; especially : decorative wood panels so joined
Examples of paneling in a Sentence
The dining room had dark paneling.
Recent Examples of paneling from the Web
In the upstairs clubroom, the vibe was alpha masculine: leather seats, dark wood paneling and equestrian paintings by the English artist Alfred James Munnings.
Pioneer Millworks contributed reclaimed, 100-year-old barn wood for paneling throughout the guest room floors.
Some of these grand palazzos are as large as 30,000 square feet and boast grand halls filled with original frescoes, ancient silk wall coverings and gold-leaf paneling.
There is a beautiful lobby with original lighting, paneling and light fixtures and tiles to greet guests.
The 13-year-old, who sports two braids and a shy smile, secured her spot by winning the Miami Herald Spelling Bee in March with the word boiserie, meaning sculptured paneling, especially that of French architecture in the 18th century.
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First Known Use of paneling
PANELING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of paneling for English Language Learners
: square or rectangular pieces of wood that are joined together to cover a wall or ceiling
PANELING Defined for Kids
Definition of paneling for Students
: sections of material (as wood) joined in a continuous surface and used to cover a wall or ceiling
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