noun[mass noun] chiefly North American
A kind of fibreboard used in building.
- On the near side of a waist-high beaverboard counter, a jeans-clad lady fussed to firm up further arrangements.
- The entire building had become a giant rabbit warren of beaverboard and drywall cubicles for almost 5,000 people.
- The settlement round the point was abandoned, and the beaverboard houses moved down behind the Store around the Lagoon.
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