Definition for wainscoting (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), wain·scot·ed, wain·scot·ing or (especially British) wain·scot·ted, wain·scot·ting.
Origin of wainscot
Related formsun·wain·scot·ed, adjectiveun·wain·scot·ted, adjective
Examples from the Web for wainscoting
For example, “If you're standing, it's the direction you should look to check out the wainscoting.”Behind the Scenes With the Team That Built Jeopardy's Watson|The Daily Beast|February 23, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Having nothing better to do, I looked all about me and saw that the walls were covered with wainscoting.The Wandering Jew, Complete|Eugene Sue
A series of painted panels ornaments the upper part of the wainscoting.Montreal 1535-1914, Volume II (of 2)|William Henry Atherton
The rugs, frieze, wainscoting or dado, furniture upholsterings and the curtain borders should be related.
The body was hidden behind the wainscoting, and his head under the cupboard floor.Scottish Ghost Stories|Elliott O'Donnell
It is the background for the furniture, and should be deeper than the dado or wainscoting.