Definition of boarded in English:

boarded

Line breaks: board¦ed
Pronunciation: /bɔːdɪd
 
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adjective

1(Of a floor, roof, or other structure) built with pieces of wood: joisted and boarded floors
More example sentences
  • Government officials had the power to scrape up dried urine from beneath the boarded floors of the stables because it contained saltpetre, a vital ingredient of gunpowder.
  • Running full speed into the door it swung open easily and I tumbled down the two steps onto a boarded floor, sending up a thick cloud of dust that grayed the air.
  • He crept over the dusty boarded floor, blindly.
1.1(Of a window or building) covered or sealed with pieces of wood: boarded windows
More example sentences
  • It was raining this night, and so I knocked the windows in in this boarded up post office building.
  • He came out of an alley across from an abandoned, dilapidated office building with boarded up windows and missing blocks from the upper stories.
  • The building resembled an abandoned building, with boarded windows, extensive graffiti and pieces of concrete crumbling from the walls.

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