weatherboard


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Synonyms for weatherboard

a long thin board with one edge thicker than the other

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the side toward the wind

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Head through the hilly, crisscrossing roads of colourful, weatherboard houses to George Street and you're in the heart of a pedestrian-only pub and restaurant mecca.
Soon after she was granted a war widow's block at Marino on the coastal fringe of Adelaide where she erected a simple weatherboard home, known as The Chalet, into which Marie and their mother Emily also moved.
Step through the weatherboard facade and into a world of feathered beds laid with Egyptian cotton, designer bathrobes, take-home Elemis toiletries, Loewe HD plasma screens, Bose stereos and baths you can almost swim in.
When business turned bad during the Depression, the family was forced to sell its large home in Heidelberg and rent a modest weatherboard house in working class Preston.
However, Simon Abney-Hastings from Wangaratta said that he is more at home in his three-bedroom weatherboard than he would be in the 1000-room Windsor Castle.
All were basic huts, without ceilings or internal lining, roofed with corrugated iron or fibro, and usually with fibro external walls, or sometimes with weatherboard or corrugated iron.
Way out the back where the wedding bush grows and mosquitoes breed in the gullies, there's a weatherboard house with bay windows, the place where my English grandmother died.
The old Australian Inland Mission weatherboard church remains to this day and is still in use, although the leafy bough shelter has been replaced with a tin roof.
I loved the cream-coloured weatherboard buildings, topped by an assortment of tiled steeples, pyramids and turrets.
For a start, the chassis was made of ash panelled with weatherboard - hardly sufficient when you think it was powered by a hefty 965cc JAP vee-twin engine, which drove the rear wheels through the medium of a Sturmey-Archer three-speed motorbike gearbox - originally with no reverse gear.
C34 SEPARATE DINING C35 STRATA C36 TENNIS COURT C37 TIMBER FLOOR C38 TOP FLOOR C39 WALK IN WARD C40 WEATHERBOARD C41 CITY VIEWS C42 HARBOR VIEWS C43 WATERFRONT C44 QUARTER 2 C45 QUARTER 3 C46 QUARTER 4 Geospatial Characteristics Square Root of Distance To C47 COMBINED SCHOOL C48 GOLF CLUB C49 GENERAL HOSPITAL C50 PUB.
William Wren, a 24-year-old assistant at the mill, died while attempting to repair the weatherboard during a storm in January 1839.
Another visitor, Ellen Clacy described the Bush Inn as consisting of 'a large, well-built, brick and weatherboard house, with bedrooms for private families.