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“Except for the far front corner, the entire left side of the wagon was covered with fluffy, overstuffed, brightly colored pillows atop a thick-piled, midnight-black fur -- probably Gisella's bed, Tas decided.”
“She led the way across the thick-piled carpeting to a pair of large divans upholstered in gold-and-white brocade that faced each other before a fireplace.”
“This was indeed a cottage: one story, with a storybook roof of thick-piled green shingles that mimicked the thatch roofs of, say, the Shire.”
“The polished oak beams overhead glanced back the merry fire-glow, the painted walls shone with rosy tints, and warm lights flitting along them, and the thick-piled carpet yielded back a velvety sense of luxury.”
“For one thing, it had a carpet - a good carpet, too, a thick-piled offcut.”
“The hillside behind it was a rich tumble of evergreens mixed with stands of beech and birch and oak, falling away to well-manicured lawn that swept like a thick-piled carpet around the tidy white building with its oval-topped stained-glass windows well spaced along both side walls.”
“A century ago, elegant ladies and their sleek escorts had strolled up and down the thick-piled carpet, never dreaming of their fate - or imagining that in little more than two years the guns of August would put an end to the gilded Edwardian Age they so perfectly epitomized.”
“Mattress plant was like thick-piled green cotton with roots, one plant sometimes covering an acre of ground, delightful to walk on.”
“Oak paneling rose above a deep-gray, thick-piled carpet.”
“Julius came across the thick-piled carpet and said quietly.”
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