- n. Plural form of wraparound.
“Mr. Karlin and his writers will write "wraparounds" for Daily Show compilations that will be shown abroad on CNN's overseas outlets.”
“These included every advertising section and insert, those hideous half-sized vertical wraparounds on the front of even the sections we did read and -- owing to personal taste in our household -- the sports section, which only got a short read from me during major tennis tournaments.”
“Then Dan showed me wraparounds, one with a blue tint, the other gray.”
“I still have his complete 11 book run on the series, before barcodes were stuck on them messing up his gorgeous wraparounds.”
“Babies are everywhere, remarkably silent, held tightly against the chests of women in long cotton wraparounds.”
“Schneider clad in his silvery lab coat and wraparounds had me waiting to hear Roads?”
“The glasses are only slightly larger than many chic pairs of wraparounds, but instead of bearing rhinestones or designer initials, they hold a tiny projector and optics – tucked away in the side of the frame.”
“I have a whole blog post about wraparounds in mind for the future.”
“Dr. Dreck may not be the most competent unlicensed physician to raise the dead (at one point he forgets to stitch the severed body parts together), but he is a droll presence in offering introductions and wraparounds for B-fare such as “King of the Zombies” starring Mantan Moreland.”
“An eyeblink later he had opaqued his ZeroFear wireless wraparounds and downloaded his favorite politic-pundit vidblog.”
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