plafond

[ pluh-fon; French pla-fawn ]SEE DEFINITION OF plafond
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Oui, messieurs, he was right, and such a plafond is not produced in a day.

Have some paper cases ready, which lay on a plafond with some paper underneath.

This picture is the finished sketch of a plafond now at Dijon, the birth-place of the painter.

Beautiful oil-paintings, in tasteful gold frames, ornament the plafond; but the magnificent chandelier is the greatest curiosity.

As I was poking about, two urchins accosted me and asked if I would like to see the plafond.

Above, garlands of flowers and evergreens, from which thousands of coloured lamps were suspended, formed the plafond.

Silken carpets covered the floor, and the plafond of this gigantic hall was formed by the thousand-starred arch of heaven.

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