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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of drape.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak. Contrasted with
- adj. curtained; -- of windows. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak
- adj. covered in folds of cloth
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The woman turned her back to the bonfire and lifted that branch with the skin draped over it, and began dancing slowly with the branch, which, we saw now, had outstretched arms like a person, and which, with the fish skin wrapped around it, appeared to be a man wearing a black-silver jacket.
Red flags were also draped from the windows of the hospital insupport of the protest.
With four minutes remaining, Edler's point shot trickled behind Garon, who had Henrik Sedin draped all over him in the crease, to tie it at 3 heading into the third.
He was wearing sunglasses and a casual open-necked shirt, and a gold cross dangled from a chain draped around his neck.
Large swaths of a dark fabric are draped from the center of the ceiling to the side walls in a swag fashion.
Wil McCarthy's written a fascinating piece for Wired on "invisibility cloaks" -- micro-video camouflage systems that reproduce what's behind you on pixels in draped in front of you.
There were no safety-pins, but lots of sass, in short, draped bloomers, or bondage mico-shorts, tightly belted over ripped and torn pastel leggings.
Instead of shirking from the pressure-causing favorite's label draped around his team,
Instead of shirking from the pressure-causing favorite's label draped around his team, Kansas State coach Frank Martin is wearing it proudly.
- Instead of shirking from the pressure-causing favorite's label draped around his team, Kansas State coach Frank Martin is wearing it proudly.
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