verb (used with object), wain·scot·ed, wain·scot·ing or (especially British) wain·scot·ted, wain·scot·ting.
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Origin of wainscot
OTHER WORDS FROM wainscotun·wain·scot·ed, adjectiveun·wain·scot·ted, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for wainscot
With our united strength we rolled it out, and there was a little low wooden door in the wainscot behind it.The Exploits Of Brigadier Gerard|Arthur Conan Doyle
No crack or seam indicated a hidden door, yet I knew there must be one, and gently pressed the wainscot with my shoulder.The Reckoning|Robert W. Chambers
My grandfather did not leave the wainscot, however, under the paper.Wenderholme|Philip Gilbert Hamerton
You can tell your sister that it was divided from the Manager's room by a wainscot partition.'Dombey and Son|Charles Dickens
The wainscot wants patching up, and so does the parqueted floor.Happy-Thought Hall|F. C. Burnand