curtains[ kur-tn ]SEE DEFINITION OF curtains
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CURTAINS
In her sleep she had seen it gliding among the pale heather-blossoms on her curtains.
There are probably no more doors, only curtains, so we shall have no trouble.
He saw her go by, young and alert in the sunshine, and the May air stirred the curtains.
I got up at once, pulled back the curtains, and mumbled my rle while dressing.
Lady N—— was indifferent to me, and how could I hang up her curtains in my memory?
Behind him, among the curtains, sat a lady and her black maid.
The curtains were tightly drawn and a heavy quilt was hung over the door.
Pembroke slipped from behind the curtains and stole softly in pursuit.
There was no gate; soft black plumes and curtains served as doors.
His father knelt by his side, and then the curtains were again closed.