Origin of puncheon1
Words nearby puncheon
Other definitions for puncheon (2 of 2)
- any of various pointed instruments; a punch.
- a stamping tool.
How to use puncheon in a sentence
I watched the bar of sunlight slowly move over the rough puncheon floor.
As cautiously as possible we removed several of the puncheon slabs next to the wall.
Puncheon floors used t' be good enough fer anybody t' dance on.The Shepherd of the Hills|Harold Bell Wright
Then, grudgingly, it rumbled over the puncheon floor until Cooper set the four chocks back under the wheels.Shaman|Robert Shea
An hour later we came upon a small log cabin, having a roof of spruce bark, no floor, but a puncheon door and one window.Muskrat City|Henry Abbott