- A proprietary name (originally, and also, Sheetrock); from sheet + rock. (Wiktionary)
“The what-you-might-call sheetrock is something like the tent fabrics you use on Mars, only it hardens.”
“Replaced a two-foot section of pipe, we're running the dehumidifer to dry the sheetrock, which is probably going to be salvageable.”
“Smith said construction materials are defined as sheetrock, shingles or anything torn down because of the storm.”
“Most stuff in the US is sheetrock with an application of tape and "sheetrock" mud in either a smooth or textured surface.”
“Supplies such as sheetrock, doors and windows were made from recycled items.”
“Retrofitting won't be cheap; not just the basic structural work, but then all the work inside to re-sheetrock/paint after the walls and beams are beefed up, plus when you do a remodel it's always a good time to get new carpets, drapes, and furniture ....”
“But while concrete floors already scuffed, painted sheetrock, off-the-shelf hardware and some very Gehryesque plywood lockers all attest to the architect's sturdy pragmatism, chances are that the interior will be attentively preserved in the future.”
“There have been some noted quality issues in the past couple of years, particularly in the areas of construction materials such as structural steel or sheetrock in addition to pet foods and toxic paints on toys.”
“If you do have some you can cut a section of sheetrock out and make you a hidie hole.”
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go on, give me sheet about these puns.
all of these are from 7 English
dictionaries and Macquarie dictionary
I havent listed capitalized ones yet
but Viagra would be one and common
words like sterling a sub-machi...
Trademarks that have lost their character as indicators of source to become a general term for a product or service.
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