chalkboard

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From chalk +‎ board.

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chalkboard (plural chalkboards)

  1. A slate or enamel board for writing on with chalk; a predecessor to a whiteboard.

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chalkboard (third-person singular simple present chalkboards, present participle chalkboarding, simple past and past participle chalkboarded)

  1. To write or draw on a chalkboard.
    • 2018, Marla Cilley, The CHAOS Cure
      If you live in a home where painting walls isn't permitted, chalkboarding is still an option for you.

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