- v. Simple past tense and past participle of newspaper.
“I walked through gloomy streets where every house was shut up and newspapered, and where my solitary footsteps echoed on the deserted pavements.”
“Mr Dorrit, dressing – gowned and newspapered, was at his breakfast.”
“In sneakers he passed beneath the twelve damply newspapered birdcages suspended from the rafters.”
“He seemed more menacing than the alligator skull atop the bureau behind him or the six-foot snake skin tacked to the newspapered wall.”
“But seriously, considering that I have newspapered it merely as means of subsistence, while I was doing other things, I have been very lucky.”
“Mr Dorrit, dressing-gowned and newspapered, was at his breakfast.”
“Scottish ski lodge designed by Suzy Hoodless might seem a little more shabby than chic, but we love all the details that went into creating this rustic alpine vibe like the newspapered walls, wooden crate shelving, freestanding metal tub, and punches of French blue.”
“The bathroom is newspapered with Indian marriage columns, so you can read which upper caste Gemini seeks an educated older husband, dowry offered, while washing the juice of breakfast's fruit salad from your hands.”
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