scaleboard

scaleboard

[skeyl-bawrd, -bohrd, skab-erd]
noun
1.
a very thin board, as for the back of a picture.
2.
Printing. a thin strip of wood used in justifying.
3.
a thin sheet of wood used as veneer.

Origin:
1705–15; scale1 + board

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scaleboard (ˈskeɪlˌbɔːd, ˈskæbəd)
 
n
a very thin piece of board, used for backing a picture, as a veneer, etc

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