What is another word for chalkboard?

Pronunciation: [t͡ʃˈɔːkbɔːd] (IPA)

The word "chalkboard" is a common term used to refer to a durable, flat surface that is often painted black or dark green and used for writing or drawing with chalk. However, there are several other synonyms for this term that can be useful in various contexts. Some of the most common alternatives include blackboard, writing board, slate board, classroom board, and easel board. Each of these terms has its own unique connotations and associations depending on the specific situation and context in which it is used. Regardless of which term is used, chalkboards remain a popular and essential tool in many educational and creative settings.

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Usage examples for Chalkboard

The guy nodded and reached in his pocket, then fed the table as the other guy introduced himself as Mike and the other guy as Stan, then put his name on the chalkboard for the next game.
"An Encounter in Atlanta"
Ed Howdershelt
When four games had passed without Mandi missing a shot, Mike simply reached up and erased his name from the chalkboard.
"An Encounter in Atlanta"
Ed Howdershelt

Famous quotes with Chalkboard

  • I hardly ever watch my own work. I just end up picking myself apart! I can't even stand to hear myself on voicemail. the sound of my own voice is like nails on a chalkboard. The same goes for my records.
    Grey DeLisle
  • I lay wake […] listening to the rain drip from the eaves and thinking of the big map that hung from the top of the chalkboard in my primary school in Wilton, Connecticut, so many years ago, back in the days of cars, television, and air-conditioning. The states on this map were muted tones of pink, green, and yellow. Over it hung the flag that we pledged allegiance to every single morning. "One nation under God, indivisible..."
    James Howard Kunstler

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