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  • noun Plural form of draping.

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Examples

  • So, what better way to decide to deal with your growing midsection than to seek out some new drapings for it, right?

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  • She was descending, with one of the embroidered drapings of the high table rolled up in her arms, on her way to the canonical dwellings across the precinct.

    His Disposition

  • So, what better way to decide to deal with your growing midsection than to seek out some new drapings for it, right?

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  • The ancient hangings were threaded with the same scenes of the hunt and war as the haggard drapings of the oasis; the newer ones bore scenes of the land under the mirage.

    Dwellers in the Mirage

  • Their golden bracelets leaped in the vague drapings of their cloaks.

    Salammbo

  • Many of the steeds were down on their knees, their drapings covered in blood.

    The Black Wing

  • Above and below the drapings of the board were two different worlds.

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  • I do not even know the drapings of tunics, the tying of slave girdles!

    Renegades Of Gor

  • So I found the best robe-maker (there were so many Persians in camp, that craftsmen followed them) and he made it with the real elaborate drapings.

    The Persian Boy

  • They bent firmly against the blast and the broad streaming of their ample drapings added much to the idea of supernatural power and resistance they inspired.

    The Yoke A Romance of the Days when the Lord Redeemed the Children of Israel from the Bondage of Egypt

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