Thesaurus / curtains
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Gallus told him and he vanished through the curtains, whence he returned presently, beckoning them to advance.

Pearl-MaidenH. Rider Haggard

A connoisseur (again on reference behind the curtains) was one of those wealthy men who could swallow anything.

BudNeil Munro

Not only large substantial things like furniture, but curtains and the patterns of stuffs and the fringes of quilts and cushions.

Bliss, and Other StoriesKatherine Mansfield

Your two poles supporting the roof may help you to partition off the sleeping places, either with boards or with curtains.

It terminated in a laugh, and they were suffered to proceed without the curtains having been withdrawn.

Athelstane FordAllen Upward

The blue and green of the curtains and portière each seem to claim their own in the mixed and softened background of the wall.

This divan is protected from rain by the semi-dome, and from the sun by curtains or mats hung across the arched opening.

Sliding-doors might be used in addition to the curtains, and thus have the advantage of both curtains and doors.

Convenient HousesLouis Henry Gibson

The carpet was of the same date as the curtains, and was thread-bare in many places; and in others was covered with drugget.

Wives and DaughtersElizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

Could you describe the curtains at all, that were in there, if you remember them, or not?

Warren Commission (10 of 26): Hearings Vol. X (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy


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