from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To wrap (something intended as a gift) in a decorative manner.
- n. Gift-wrapping.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To wrap something in decorative wrappings prior to presenting it as a gift
- n. Decorative wrappings
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. wrap (a gift) attractively
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Georgia committed four turnovers and five 15-yard penalties, continuing a sorry pattern set back in the summer, to gift-wrap Kentucky's first win in Athens since the Civil War.
There is just no limit to the detritus that Palin will regurgitate and gift-wrap to sell to gullible sycophants, is there?
She provides gift-wrap services and keeps track of customers' past purchases in order to make complimentary suggestions each time they come into the store.
The shop also sells cards and gift-wrap, and music from the Naxos label.
In December, peak gift-wrap season, the rate plummets to four orders per hour, he says.
Boxed cards, paper, party invitations, gifts and gift-wrap -- get an early, stylish start on your preparations!
Cards, gift-wrap, and some of the most creative packaging I've seen anywhere.
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At 919 Marketing in Holly Springs, N.C., where Ms. Plescher is director of technology, employees routinely have gifts shipped to the office, set up a gift-wrap table in the break room and stack wrapped presents against the walls.
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