Internally, Clinton has insisted that employees use the online “sounding board” to advocate for changes in department protocol.
Part of a leader's job, of course, is to act as a sounding board for direct reports.
In the violin or guitar what takes the place of the sounding board of the piano?
It has a pear-shaped body, composed of narrow pieces of bent wood glued together; the sounding board is flat, and of fir.
Four holes, each an inch in diameter, in the sounding board improves the harp.
This was a trapeze-shaped instrument, composed of a solid frame, sounding board and metal wires struck with hammers.
The grand piano, under a low arch at the far-end of the room, was cunningly raised and placed as on and in a sounding board.
The shape was adapted to a sounding board, which had been made for the Cathedral, but was rejected there.
My room is exactly like a sounding board for your idle conversation.
The hills that hem the valley to the west perhaps act as a sounding board.