- the act of laying planks
- planks in quantity
- the planks of a structure
The handyman is planking the back deck of the house.
- Planking is the act of laying thick boards to build a platform or structure.
An example of planking is building a wooden deck.
- Planking is defined as laying your body on top of an object and balancing there, while stretched out and stiffened, usually while a photo is taken.
An example of planking is balancing on top of a rock to have your photo taken.
- Planks considered as a group.
- An object or structure made of planks.
- Present participle of plank.
plank +"Ž -ing
- Lined with planking, having a radius of 9 ft.
- The ceiling above us was divided with half the room beneath a concrete slab and the remainder under what appeared as thick planking, well out of reach to either of us.
- For all indoor and most outdoor purposes it is as lasting as oak, and for ship planking is perhaps little inferior; from its.
- The majority of Hova houses were formerly built of layers of the hard red soil of the country, with high-pitched roofs thatched with grass or rush; while the chiefs and wealthy people had houses of framed timber, with massive upright planking, and lofty roofs covered with shingles or tiles.
- Here the streets are very narrow and tortuous, some being vaulted and many covered in with planking.