hardboard hardboard  /ˈhɑrd ˌbɔrd/


  • (n) a cheap hard material made from wood chips that are pressed together and bound with synthetic resin


  1. The outside hardboard surface is wood composition, the inside plastic-coated.
  2. Bagasse, the residue after cane is squeezed, can be converted into hardboard and tile.
  3. Stumps and scraps, burned-over and diseased timber are transmuted into hardboard and rayon, edible sugars and drinkable alcohol.

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  • "He does what a great writer can do," wrote Philip Hensher in the Spectator, "to make us see, while sitting in our armchairs, exactly what it would be like to stand on a bit of hardboard while a 30ft wave defeats our attempts to float on it....
    on May 9, 2008 By: Philip Hensher Source: guardian.co.uk

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