duckboard

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duckboard (plural duckboards)

  1. One of a long series of boards laid as a path across wet or muddy ground; normally used in plural.
    In an attempt to alleviate the problem, wooden planking, known as duckboards, was placed at the bottom of trenches and across other areas of muddy or waterlogged ground.

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