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tag +‎ board


tagboard (plural tagboards)

  1. (Internet) A small message board on a webpage, usually located in the sidebar, where visitors can leave a name and short message.
    Synonym: shoutbox
    • 2012, Anita Harris, editor, Next Wave Cultures: Feminism, Subcultures, Activism, Routledge, →ISBN, page 123:
      The purpose of cam girl blogs vary wildly. They may contain anything from one-line entries about how the girl is feeling that day [] or when she will be online to chat (often conducted via a tagboard—an instant message board—on her site), []
  2. Synonym of oaktag
    • 1925, S. E. Evalyn Hammond, Paper Craft Problems, Bookbinding, Basket and Box Making, and Gift Novelties, page 96:
      Lay one piece of tagboard, 14" x 4", on the wrong side of the cretonne, 2 1/4" x 5", with a one-half-inch border of cretonne on all four sides. Draw a pencil line on the cretonne around the tagboard, then remove the []
    • 2013, Kathleen Glavich, Arts and Crafts from A to Z: Over 150 Ideas for Catechists and Religion Teachers, Twenty-Third Publications, →ISBN, page 90:
      Cut two equal pieces of tagboard the size of a greeting card.