A relatively long, wide and thin piece of sawn wood or similar material, usually intended for use in construction. (noun)
A device (e.g., switchboard) containing electrical switches and other controls and designed to control lights, sound, telephone connections, etc. (noun)
Short for blackboard, whiteboard, chessboard, surfboard, etc. (noun)
A committee that manages the business of an organization, e.g., a board of directors. (noun)
Regular meals or the amount paid for them in a place of lodging. (noun)
The side of a ship. (noun)
The distance a sailing vessel runs between tacks when working to windward (noun)
A rebound. (noun)
The wall that surrounds an ice hockey rink, often in plural. (noun)
A long, narrow table, like that used in a medieval dining hall. (noun)
To step or climb onto or otherwise enter a ship, aircraft, train or other conveyance. (verb)
To provide someone with meals and lodging, usually in exchange for money. (verb)
To receive meals and lodging in exchange for money. (verb)
(nautical) To capture an enemy ship by going alongside and grappling her, then invading her with a boarding party (verb)
To obtain meals, or meals and lodgings, statedly for compensation (verb)
To approach (someone); to make advances to, accost. (verb)
To hit (someone) with a wooden board. (verb)
Examples of word board
He seems here to have recollected something inherent in his own office, that put the matter more in his power than at first he had imagined; for he speaks in a positive and commanding tone: "I will not," says his minute, "name a day for Mir Zin ul ab Dien to appear before the board; _nor will I suffer him to appear before the board_."
Committee are empowered to conduct the current business of the revenue department without reference to the Supreme Council, and only _report to the board such extraordinary occurrences, claims, and proposals as may require the special orders of the board_; that even the instruction to report to the board in extraordinary cases is nugatory and fallacious, being accompanied with limitations which make it impossible for the said board to decide on any questions whatsoever: since it is expressly provided by the said Warren Hastings, _that, if the members of the
Observing that the Board of Trade had commenced a prosecution against Mr. William Barton, a member of that board, for various acts of peculation committed by him, they say, "We must be of opinion, that, as _prosecutions are actually carrying on against him by our Board of Trade_, he is, during such prosecution at least, an improper person to hold a seat _at that board_; and therefore we direct that he be suspended from the Company's service until our further pleasure concerning him be known."
The ability to make a clever display and or a bulletin board is a skill I would love.
So long as you do not question Parker, his bulletin board is a great community of wine folks.