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Synonyms for clapboard

a long thin board with one edge thicker than the other

cover with clapboards

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And she rented a quaint wooden clap-board home facing the Pacific to please her young lover, surfing champion Kelly Slater.
Like colonial buildings and furniture of adobe, clap-board, walnut or mahogany, the so-called "strong surfaces" of old silver plate contrast markedly with the "weak surfaces" of European pieces of the same period.
But they and their 10-year-old daughter, Linian, go to bed each night knowing that such an encirclement could come soon, that any day could be their last in the white clap-board house they have lived in for twelve years in this rolling farmland of Franklin County hard by the Vermont border.
Abraham on Wednesday took to Twitter, where he shared a photograph of the film's clap-board and captioned: "Day 1.