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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of clapboard.

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Examples

  • It was "clapboarded" and two stories in height, the upper floor being used by Sol Jerrems, the storekeeper, as a residence, except for two little front rooms which he rented, one to Miss Huckins, the dressmaker and milliner, who slept and ate in her shop, and the other to Mr. Cragg.

    Mary Louise in the Country

  • The priest was taken to interrupting wedding or funeral services by nipping out the side of the clapboarded church and accepting the home-brewed beer offered by peasants seeking the latitudes of grace they thought the priest could lead them to.

    Excerpt from Pompeii ii

  • The front door to a columned and clapboarded executive home in Eugene, Oregon opens ... and out walk the family children in traditional Mexican dresses and charro suits.

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  • Italianates are tall, but usually with flat roofs, tall windows, and are usually clapboarded, painted white and multiple stories tall.

    Happy Halloween

  • Italianates are tall, but usually with flat roofs, tall windows, and are usually clapboarded, painted white and multiple stories tall.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Striding a few more yards, he went around the clapboarded side of the Red Bird Saloon.

    SEASONS OF GOLD

  • Within three days Reverend Thorn approached one of the most gracious villages ever to have developed in America: the tree-lined, white-clapboarded, well-gabled village of Walpole, near the Connecticut River in southwestern New Hampshire.

    Hawaii

  • The sidewalls were first clapboarded, because we were afraid the roof would not hold us until the framing had been strengthened by nailing on the siding.

    The Scientific American Boy The Camp at Willow Clump Island

  • The Mission-house, which occupied the centre of the three buildings, was constructed of logs clapboarded over and whitewashed.

    Missionary Work Among the Ojebway Indians

  • A white clapboarded house with moss-green shutters and a dark oak

    Rainbow Hill

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