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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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panellingpan‧el‧ling British English, paneling American English /ˈpænəl-ɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  TBCTIlong or square pieces of wood that are used to cover and decorate walls
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panellingThe room, with original Jacobean panelling, is sombre.The separate waist and rocker panelling were replaced by plain panelling, all painted red.The decorations would have been very simple and little of the panelling survives.Her attention was transferred to the panelling.There was an unappealing gloom inside and he could just make out the empty pews enclosed by wood panelling.Lightly score each vertically for wood panelling.The wood panelling obviously deadened any noise from outside.
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