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The hall was wainscoted in oak half-way up, where the panels met a bluish-green Japanese-looking paper.
ROBIN REDBREASTMARY LOUISA MOLESWORTH
They were deposited in three chambers, wainscoted with Irish oak, and ceiled with cypress curiously carved.
On the ground floor was a large wainscoted salon, on either side of which opened the bedroom of the good-man and that of his wife.
PARISIANS IN THE COUNTRYHONORE DE BALZAC
The Great Hall, as it was called, had best withstood the ravages of time, as it was wainscoted and ceiled in massive old oak.
PATTY'S FRIENDSCAROLYN WELLS
It was wainscoted from floor to ceiling with dark oak, and had a little fireplace in one of the corners.
OUR OLD HOME, VOL. 2NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
I followed him through the hall to a small high-wainscoted room where a table was simply set.
It was a bare room, wainscoted round the walls a few inches up, papered beyond in some common palish pattern.
THE NECROMANCERSROBERT HUGH BENSON
Some of the rooms are finely wainscoted with curiously carved oaken panelling.
DEVONSHIREFRANCIS A. KNIGHT
His walls are not wainscoted, and there is about his house no umbrageous park nor verdant lawn.
It was handsomely wainscoted, and the finish of it was even better than that of the parlor.

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