Draperied
Draperied Dra"per*ied, a. Covered or supplied with drapery. [R.] --Byron. [1913 Webster]

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  • draperied — drap·er·ied …   English syllables

  • draperied — ˈdrāp(ə)rēd, rid adjective Etymology: drapery (I) + ed : covered or supplied with drapery or draperies * * * drāpˈeried adjective Draped • • • Main Entry: ↑drape …   Useful english dictionary

  • drapery — draperied, adj. /dray peuh ree/, n., pl. draperies. 1. coverings, hangings, clothing, etc., of fabric, esp. as arranged in loose, graceful folds. 2. Often, draperies. long curtains, usually of heavy fabric and often designed to open and close… …   Universalium

  • drapery — /ˈdreɪpəri / (say draypuhree) noun (plural draperies) 1. cloths or textile fabrics collectively. 2. the business of a draper. 3. coverings, hangings, clothing, etc., of some fabric, especially as arranged in loose, graceful folds. 4. Art hangings …   Australian English dictionary

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