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- noun A baseboard; a mopboard.
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- noun A
washboardfor scrubbing laundry.
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Ninety-eight percent of households used a 12 cent scrubboard to wash their clothes in 1900.
I went on that scrubboard and wash my clothes, hang them out.
Didn't have on a scrubboard, no washer machine and no washerette to go to.
Leroy sings the lead on old tunes like Charmin 'Betsy, and besides banjo he also plays an elaborately outfitted scrubboard, after the fashion of long-ago Opry star Robert Lunn who played it in Acuff's show.
They're the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band - five guys and a scrubboard with roots like wisdom teeth, an old time band.