Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of curtain.

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Examples

  • The neon outlines were inspired by Dan Flavin sculptures, and Stark brought the huge space "down to size" by using a generous amount of dramatic black curtaining.

    David Stark Makes HuffPost's 2010 Game Changers Event Look Super Snazzy (PHOTOS)

  • The neon outlines were inspired by Dan Flavin sculptures, and Stark brought the huge space "down to size" by using a generous amount of dramatic black curtaining.

    David Stark Makes HuffPost's 2010 Game Changers Event Look Super Snazzy (PHOTOS)

  • The chapel was lofty, cramped and stonily cold, but its austerity had been tempered a little by draping the walls with thick woollen hangings, and curtaining the inner side of the door.

    A River So Long

  • With his head down like that, his hair curtaining his face, the only part of his features that remained visible was his mouth.

    Nevermore

  • With his head down like that, his hair curtaining his face, the only part of his features that remained visible was his mouth.

    Nevermore

  • In baths of marble and blue cascade, and shower cubicles in rented rooms with geometric signs on the sensible plastic curtaining.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • In baths of marble and blue cascade, and shower cubicles in rented rooms with geometric signs on the sensible plastic curtaining.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • With his head down like that, his hair curtaining his face, the only part of his features that remained visible was his mouth.

    Nevermore

  • In baths of marble and blue cascade, and shower cubicles in rented rooms with geometric signs on the sensible plastic curtaining.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • She put the lontar back into the cabinet and pulled aside part of the batik sheet curtaining the shelving.

    The Demon Queen

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  • My adjectival use: 'I bought the curtaining material today.'

    August 22, 2011