[peyst-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈpeɪstˈbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/
a stiff, firm made of sheets of paper or layers of paper pulp pressed together.
Older Slang. a card, as a visiting card or a playing card.
Older Slang. a ticket, as for the theater.
made of pasteboard.
unsubstantial, flimsy, or sham.
(slang) a card or ticket
1540s, from paste (n.) + board (n.1). So called because it is made of sheets of paper pasted together.
[by 1856 in the first sense, ”railroad ticket”]
[pas-er, pah-ser] /ˈpæs ər, ˈpɑ sər/ noun 1. a person or thing that or causes something to . 2. a passerby.
[pa-stel; especially British pas-tl] /pæˈstɛl; especially British ˈpæs tl/ noun 1. a color having a soft, subdued shade. 2. a kind of dried paste made of pigments ground with chalk and compounded with gum water. 3. a chalklike crayon made from such paste. 4. the art of drawing with such crayons. 5. a drawing so […]
[pa-stel-ist; especially British pas-tl-ist] /pæˈstɛl ɪst; especially British ˈpæs tl ɪst/ noun 1. an artist who draws with .
noun, Glassmaking. 1. a mold lined with a moist carbonized paste, for shaping glass as it is blown.