Definition of Clapboard:
made of timber
Synonyms of Clapboard:
Sentence/Example of Clapboard:
A clapboard-covered porch extended across the entire front of the house, which faced westward toward Blue.
There he built a log cabin covered with a clapboard roof and the chimney was built on the outside of the primitive dwelling.
Their first home in this section was a log cabin with a slab floor and a clapboard roof.
Iron fire-shovels were a rarity among pioneers; they used, instead a broad, thin clapboard with one end narrowed to a handle.
It was a lost fragment of clapboard about four feet long, and with no house to it.
It loosened a clapboard below the east gable, and shrieked through the partial opening.
A third day was commonly spent by a few carpenters in leveling off the floor, making a clapboard door and a table.
Mingled with the fierce scream of the band-saws there were the wailings of the lath and clapboard saws.
This building was used by the steward, it was said, while Fairfax lived and died in a single clapboard story-and-a-half house.
A third day was commonly spent by a few carpenters in leveling off the floor, making a clapboard door and table.