cloth made waterproof with oil or, now especially, with heavy coats of paint: used to cover tables, shelves, etc.
- A heavy cotton fabric treated with linseed oil and pigments to make it waterproof.
- A waterproof material made up of a layer of vinyl and a layer of cotton or a synthetic fabric.
- He made the game board out of a piece of oilcloth, hand painting the properties around the "board," made the hotels and houses from cardboard, typed the title cards for the properties and used colored buttons for the tokens.
- Oilcloth 43,150 177,300