Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A board containing directions to travelers, set up at points on the highway or in the woods where paths diverge.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A board, as upon a guidepost having upon it directions or information as to the road.
- guide + board (Wiktionary)
“They are the guideboard knocks that point us to the higher pathway.”
“There was no guideboard, and he could not remember by which road he had come.”
“At one time we came to a guideboard, which said "5 miles to Parks's Landing.”
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“We soon came to a fork in the roads, when, not knowing which to take, we pulled down a guideboard and ascertained; after which we went on until daybreak, when we took shelter in the woods during the day on Monday.”
“There is a great variety of them, and they will be useful, like the Irishman's guideboard, which showed where the road did not go.”
“There is a great variety of them, and they will be useful, like the Irishman's guideboard which showed 'where the road did not go.' “”
“There is a great variety of them, and they will be useful, like the Irishman's guideboard which showed 'where the road did not go.”
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