Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A board in a floor.
  • noun The floor of a motor vehicle.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun a board in the floor.
  • noun the floor of an automobile.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Any of the long boards laid over joists to make a floor.
  • noun The floor of a car.
  • verb To sink the gas pedal into the floorboard of the car, in order to bring the car to the highest possible speed.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a board in the floor
  • noun a board in the floor
  • noun the floor of an automobile

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Examples

  • Then it creaked again, and he knew what it was: a certain floorboard that often talked to itself at night, with a sound so familiar that usually he never noticed it at all.

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  • One of the items in the floorboard was a large, half-full can of beer, and the suspect had spilled most of a large cup of beer on himself and the car.

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  • And on the floorboard was the scrawled, rambling suicide note.

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  • And on the floorboard was the scrawled, rambling suicide note.

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  • And on the floorboard was the scrawled, rambling suicide note.

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  • And on the floorboard was the scrawled, rambling suicide note.

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  • "In plain view on the floorboard was a 9mm hand gun.

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  • This would require floorboard removal, drywall carving, wire routing and re-installation.

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  • It is quiet except for the cracking of a broken floorboard.

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  • The bus-station location sits near the intersection of two freeways, and homes will have features like floorboard heating systems and a device that can automatically draw the blinds, start the clothes washer or call the fire department.

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