Thesaurus / carpeted
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In place of the primulas the ground was now carpeted with gentians.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY
Tall trees interlaced their branches overhead and the ground was carpeted with fern and bracken.
The carpeted floor—carpeted, mind you—never had a speck of flour or grease on it.
LIVING ON A LITTLECAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
The apartment was carpeted in soft rugs laid one upon another so that footfalls were silenced.
Her temples were "carpeted with knees," and the wealth of nations adorned her countless shrines.
The girls were galloping over a part of the ranch that was carpeted with wild prairie roses.
THE RANCH GIRLS' POT OF GOLDMARGARET VANDERCOOK
Three excellent bed-rooms and a sitting-room matted and carpeted, looking comfortable even for England.
I went downstairs and walked without haste over the carpeted floor through the vestibule and the hall.
Up the carpeted ladder she crawled at last and opened the door of the skylight room.
Without waiting further, the Lieutenant mounted the stairs to the third floor, his feet soundless on the carpeted treads.
TWELVE TIMES ZEROHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE

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