cardboard

All Noun
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  • The music video for the song features people with cardboard cut-out faces.
  • The music video for the song features people with cardboard cut-out faces.
  • At the end of the visit, he gave each child a large cardboard key.
  • The first figures were made of flat cardboard cut out of a long strip.
  • The first figures were made of flat cardboard cut out of a long strip.
  • This low cost was possible due to the use of set made using toys and cardboard buildings.
  • He had no money for paper so he used cardboard boxes.
  • Cardboard boat building and races are becoming more common place.
  • Both sides of the piece of cardboard have the same image.
  • It was only discovered when the bottom of the cardboard box gave way and the plastic box fell out.
  • You then set up a light behind the cardboard and look through all three holes from the other side to see the light.
  • He also made a sun/moon out of cardboard.
  • Then she built a series of small cardboard models, looking at a variety of different alternative shapes.
  • Originally the tiles were made out of cardboard and were red with black and white lines.
  • His father has described how he started building model rockets from cardboard and plastics.
  • She then went on tour with Her Cardboard Lover for several months.
  • Materials such as plastic, metal, and even cardboard have been used in some instruments.
  • Kenny's approach was far different from the cardboard cut-out standard of today's commercial radio.
  • Kenny's approach was far different from the cardboard cut-out standard of today's commercial radio.
  • Cardboard Boat races are now held in many areas including on the Atlantic Ocean.
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Words starting with cardboard

Meaning of cardboard

  • noun A stiff moderately thick paper