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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of carpet.
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- adj. covered with or as if with carpeting or with carpeting as specified; often used in combination. Opposite of
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- adj. covered with or as if with carpeting or with carpeting as specified; often used in combination
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The illegal bouts, in carpeted 16-by-16-foot pits surrounded by four-foot walls, are staged in hidden venues, usually with no more than a few dozen spectators allowed.
Hard working reps at the bottom and non entities in carpeted offices at the top.
His office as Secretary was the only one in the Department that had carpet, which gave a very literal ring to officers 'dread of being "carpeted" or, as they used to say, "summoned to the carpet".
One group finds their way to the Angel Room, a small carpeted space in the Parish Hall lined with bags of canned food that have been collected at Mass over the past few weeks.
The sanctuary is a low-lit carpeted hall filled with nine long rows of padded, auditorium-style seats clustered around a raised platform called the bimah.
Part of the messaging that night involved the use of children, several of whom sat on the carpeted hotel riser at Harper's feet while he spoke.
The room looked just as Maggie had expected—a big, bare, carpeted square with windows on one side covered by vertical blinds.
Downstairs, the line to get an autograph and photo with Snooki stretched a tenth of a mile at least along the convention hall's carpeted concrete.
The insides of the vans are hollowed out and fitted with small, carpeted seats.
Convinced he was teasing me, I followed him through a set of double doors and down a long, carpeted hall that looked vaguely familiar.