sandwich board

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Etymology[edit]

From sandwich + board; when worn, the two sides of the sign "sandwich" the wearer between them.

Noun[edit]

sandwich board ‎(plural sandwich boards)

  1. A person-sized, wearable billboard or advertisement consisting of two printed boards strung together so that they hang over the shoulders, or simply set out on a street.

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Verb[edit]

sandwich board ‎(third-person singular simple present sandwich boards, present participle sandwich boarding, simple past and past participle sandwich boarded)

  1. To advertise or campaign using a sandwich board; to wear a sandwich board.