Thesaurus / drapery
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She looked at her almost adoringly, and at last touched the soft thick gray velvet of her drapery with reverence.
MRE GIRAUDS LITTLE DAUGHTERFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
In Ionian and early Attic sculpture women appear closely wrapped up in drapery.
Candidly, love, do you like a skirt without any drapery at all?
And he pointed to the proud beauty of Aldyth, enthroned under the drapery of gold.
HAROLD, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Do note the mean and petty folds of the drapery, and compare them with those in the Tintorets in there.
There is a small shelf attached to the stand leg, near the bottom of the drapery.
The fall of the drapery, the position of each well-rounded limb, conveyed the idea of rapid motion.
A FORTNIGHT OF FOLLYMAURICE THOMPSON
The style of the drawing, however, both in the figures and the drapery, is perhaps more purely Byzantine than any later work.
The disorder of her drapery shows the violence of the struggle.
Her hair was cushioned, and adorned with a drapery which hung over the back.

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