valance

[ val-uh ns, vey-luh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF valance
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Paddy howled, and I lifted a corner of the valance to see what was transpiring.

He sat kicking his heels against the valance of the bed, and thinking.

Scott stooped, and raised the valance with the greatest precaution.

Also she walked around the valance, counting its birds of paradise.

Valance, the drapery or fringe hanging round the cover of a bed, couch, or other similar article.

The dull, black, frowsy outline of the valance above me was within an inch of being parallel with his waist.

Make a valance of the same material, gathering the cretonne so as to form a heading at the top, and tack it around the box.

Faded calico covered the seat, a valance of the same hung about the legs; two of the upright spindles were missing from the back.

Valance, s. (possibly) sign of Zodiac opposite the mansion of a planet, 4.

Christina looked along his arm, along the lifted revolver, to what was now only a dark opening in the valance.

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