Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A board used on a bench or on the lap in cutting leather or cloth.

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Examples

  • On a cutting-board or counter-top, dust a little bit of flour, and roll out each ball into a big round with 1/4 to 1/2 inch thickness.

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  • On a cutting-board or counter-top, dust a little bit of flour, and roll out each ball into a big round with 1/4 to 1/2 inch thickness.

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  • I smiled politely when I received a cheese cutting-board, which was shaped like a triangle and full of holes, like a piece of Swiss.

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  • Baby and Tiny, ears in full reconnaissance mode, battle for bits of cutting-board chicken.

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  • Thereupon he seized them by the throats, put them on the cutting-board and screwed their feet fast.

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  • When night was drawing near, the youth went up and made himself a bright fire in one of the rooms, placed the cutting-board and knife beside it, and seated himself by the turning-lathe.

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  • Then he answered, “Then I ask for a fire, a turning lathe, and a cutting-board with the knife.”

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  • Andres quickly laid the cutting-board over his book and diligently stropped his knife.

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  • Andres quickly laid the cutting-board over his book and diligently stropped his knife.

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  • The King let him take these things by day into the castle, and when it was evening the youth went in and made himself a bright fire in one of the rooms, and, placing his cutting-board and knife near it, he sat down upon his lathe.

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