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Another word for board

  1. A raised platform on which theatrical performances are given.

  1. To provide with often temporary lodging

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  2. To go aboard (a means of transport)

      1. To grasp or grip:
      2. To capture physically; seize:
      3. To seize with authority or legal right:
      1. To get and hold (something that has been in motion) in a hand, the hands, a container, or an implement:
      2. To take hold of, especially forcibly or suddenly; grasp:
      3. To stop (oneself) from doing an action:
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Another word for board

  1. A piece of thin lumber

      1. A narrow strip of metal or wood, as in a Venetian blind.
      2. A movable auxiliary airfoil running along the leading edge of the wing of an airplane.
      3. The ribs.
      1. To remove clothing or covering from:
      2. To remove or take off (clothing or covering):
      3. To remove an exterior coating, as of paint or varnish, from:
      1. A thin strip of wood or metal, usually nailed in rows to framing supports as a substructure for plaster, shingles, slates, or tiles.
      2. A building material, such as a sheet of metal mesh, used for similar purposes.
      3. A quantity of laths; lathing.
      1. A piece of lumber cut thicker than a board.
      2. Such pieces of lumber considered as a group; planking.
      3. A foundation; a support.
  2. Meals

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  3. A body of men having specific responsibilities

      1. An upright, cupboardlike repository with shelves, drawers, or compartments for the safekeeping or display of objects.
      2. The box that houses the main components of a computer, such as the central processing unit, disk drives, and expansion slots.
      3. A body of persons appointed by a head of state or a prime minister to head the executive departments of the government and to act as official advisers.
      1. An assembly of persons called together for consultation, deliberation, or discussion.
      2. A body of people elected or appointed to serve as administrators, legislators, or advisers.
      3. An assembly of church officials and theologians convened for regulating matters of doctrine and discipline.
      1. A body of persons selected to decide a verdict in a legal case, based upon the evidence presented, after being given instructions on the applicable law.
      2. A committee that judges contestants or applicants, as in a competition or exhibition; a panel of judges.
      3. To judge or evaluate by a jury:
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  1. To cover

      1. To become fat.
      2. To thrive and prosper, especially at another's expense:
      3. To fatten; overfeed.
      1. A material made of cellulose pulp, derived mainly from wood, rags, and certain grasses, processed into flexible sheets or rolls by deposit from an aqueous suspension, and used chiefly for writing, printing, drawing, wrapping, and covering walls.
      2. A single sheet of this material.
      3. A formal written composition intended to be published, presented, or read aloud; a scholarly essay or treatise.
      1. A thin, flat or convex slab of hard material such as baked clay or plastic, laid in rows to cover walls, floors, and roofs.
      2. A short length of pipe made of clay or concrete, used in sewers and drains.
      3. A hollow fired clay or concrete block used for building walls.
      1. A piece of lumber cut thicker than a board.
      2. Such pieces of lumber considered as a group; planking.
      3. A foundation; a support.
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  2. To go aboard

  3. To take care of