wainscotting

[ US /ˈweɪnskɔtɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a wainscoted wall (or wainscoted walls collectively)
  2. wooden panels that can be used to line the walls of a room
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How To Use wainscotting In A Sentence

  • It calmed me so much so that I was totally unalarmed when I saw a large black spider go scuttling by along the wainscotting.
  • You can see how the light in this photo is spilling in and dappling the floor and the wainscotting.
  • The walls were covered in pink and white striped wallpaper and mahogany wainscotting.
  • It calmed me so much so that I was totally unalarmed when I saw a large black spider go scuttling by along the wainscotting.
  • Side walls and wainscotting plates and accessories such as moldings, cornices, coves and miters are also available.
  • It calmed me so much so that I was totally unalarmed when I saw a large black spider go scuttling by along the wainscotting.
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