American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a type of hardboard with rows of regularly spaced holes into which hooks may be inserted for storing or displaying objects.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a board with multiple small holes into which pegs can be inserted in different arrays so as to form hooks from which to hang tools or other objects for convenient access; it is typically hung from a wall in a workshop.
- n. a board perforated with regularly spaced holes into which pegs can be fitted
“He turned and plucked the key to the room Shay and Gabriel were already in from the Peg-Board behind him.”
“The Peg-Board was stripped of the soup ladle and spatula, the set of quilted blue pot holders, the pots and pans that they had bought, a dollar apiece at a yard sale.”
“The final version, which might include a few adjustments, will appear in the May Peg-Board.”
“We'll link to that blog, advertise it here and in the Peg-Board, and you'll hopefully get the data you seek.”
“There was a long workbench and above it a Peg-Board full of hand tools.”
“So why don't you publish the wage survey questionnaire online or in the Peg-Board so that non-union members can fill it out?”
“A think-piece from the April 1972 Peg-Board referencing Hanna-Barbera setting up an Australian studio in February of that year:”
“The 2008 survey will be posted here and on the TAG website in early March and will be published in the March Peg-Board.”
“Win gestured toward a hanger on the Peg-Board above the bench, holding half a dozen of the pipes, all smelling faintly of cherry tobacco.”
“With due respect to all the brilliant artists who've done Peg-Board logos over the years, this is still my all-time favorite.”
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