carpet

[ kahr-pit ]SEE DEFINITION OF carpet

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARPET

He didn't see that she was perspiring, worn out by her struggle with the carpet.

The carpet was soft and rich; it gave back no sound of footfall.

Convalescents who were able to walk flapped along in carpet slippers.

On the steps, a carpet, thick and heavy, muffled his footfalls.

Mr Dorrit stood rooted to the carpet, a statue of mystification.

"Perhaps what I want is not to be bought," he said, with his eyes on the carpet.

There's them that says, 'Swape aisy and not be gettin' the wools off the carpet.'

It laid over by the bulkhead, and was nearly the color of the carpet.

He spoke quietly now, heavily, and moved his feet on the carpet.

The trees were all uninjured; the carpet of velvety moss was undefiled by blood.

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