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  • adj. Covered in or characterized by upholstery.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of upholster.


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  • In reality, they seek any location where humans sleep or nap such as upholstered chairs, sofas, strollers, and cradles.

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  • The leading factor contributing to space heater fires in general was heating equipment too close to things that can burn, such as upholstered furniture, clothing, mattress, or bedding.

  • Designed to clean and sanitize various types of household surfaces, such as upholstered chairs and sofas, bed mattresses and pet areas, the new dual-action Verilux® CleanWave® UV-C Sanitizing Furniture

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  • Kirar's design incorporates the season's jewel tones in a dark berry palette and her signature selection of sophisticated materials and furniture such as upholstered walls and Murano glass chandeliers.

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  • "upholstered" still clung, he felt the full effect of her appearance.

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  • Maybe her passion started when a dashing Ronald Reagan proposed to her in a red upholstered booth at a bistro in Los Angeles.

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  • The main screen was downstairs and is a spacious auditorium with those great red upholstered seats.

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  • New matched daises have been built and upholstered measuring 16 feet by 10 feet.

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  • I followed the women into a sprawling room with rows and rows of wooden benches, like church pews, covered with foam cushions upholstered in polyester print.

    Day of Honey

  • There were two mission-style sofas in the room, upholstered in white linen, and a low table between them.



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