- Also especially British, wain·scot·ting [weyn-skuh-ting, -skot-ing]. /ˈweɪn skə tɪŋ, -skɒt ɪŋ/.
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How to use wainscoting in a sentence
They accordingly returned to the corridor, where they set to work once more to over-haul the wainscotting.The Childerbridge Mystery | Guy Boothby
Every panel of the wainscotting seemed as hollow as its fellow—each projection as firmly secured.The Childerbridge Mystery | Guy Boothby
Above the wainscotting, the walls and ceiling are finished in plain plaster with walls painted mauve and the ceiling white.
Solid-panelled free-standing wainscotting is set along the back of the rearmost bench.
Along the walls of the foyer, panelled wainscotting, painted white, is installed.