[ UK /t‍ʃˈɪpbɔːd/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɪpˌbɔɹd/ ]
  1. a cheap hard material made from wood chips that are pressed together and bound with synthetic resin
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How To Use chipboard In A Sentence

  • Try spider plants, as they absorb formaldehyde, which is found in synthetic carpets, underlay, chipboard and wood treatments.
  • You can lay your shirts flat without a platen or palette inside, or you can make a cardboard or chipboard platen to stick inside.
  • The wardrobe is made of chipboard with a pine veneer.
  • Virtual projects are no less architecture than a building that was designed on paper or built of chipboard but never executed in stone and glass.
  • She doesn't believe much in the milk of human kindness: if you rip away the wood veneer of civilisation it's just chipboard underneath.
  • You can use those pretentious bits of chipboard painted in five colours as barbecue fuel.
  • It is a piece of chipboard cut from my Big Shot using the scallop square die cut and then decorated using the Kind and Caring Thoughts hostess stamp set and the butterfly from the Good Friend stamp set. Ideas and Inspiration
  • The German artist uses paper, glue, a hand glue spreader, chipboard castor wheels, wire, screw clamps and carpet tubes to create a fantastic landscape in which he bends, curls and rolls paper into modules that became spaces inviting exploration and meditation. Novel Approaches to Sculpture
  • Today, rows of chipboard panels cover the smashed leaded glass windows at the 15 th-century building.
  • He removed some chipboard, some wood, and produced a ball of twine, and then asked me to help him carry it.
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