bill|board1 «BIHL BRD, -BOHRD», noun.
a signboard, usually outdoors, on which to display advertisements or post notices.
[< bill1 + board]
bill|board2 «BIHL BRD, -BOHRD», noun.
a ledge projecting from the side of a ship near the bow, as a rest for the bill of an anchor.
[< bill3 + board]

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