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She resembled a fine old wainscotted painting with the face and features shining through a thick incrustation of copal varnish.
As a rule, the walls of the Refectory were wainscotted, and the floor was covered with hay or rushes.
A HANDBOOK OF PICTORIAL HISTORYHENRY W. DONALD
There is a large parlour on the right hand, wainscotted all round from the floor to the ceiling.
A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF NORWICHA. D. BAYNE
Wainscotted walls, with tankards and jugs ranged along the shelf above the panels.
PLAYS BY AUGUST STRINDBERG, FOURTH SERIESAUGUST STRINDBERG
I was in a small, bare cabin, roughly wainscotted and exceedingly filthy.
ROMANCEJOSEPH CONRAD AND F.M. HUEFFER
Whence it is manifest that Prior Castell wainscotted the Frater-house round about.
The walls were bare and plainly wainscotted, and one large window, barred outside, gave light.
A MIND THAT FOUND ITSELFCLIFFORD WHITTINGHAM BEERS
It is wainscotted with plates of glass, floored with tortoise-shells, and is open to the four winds of Heaven.
THE TEMPTATION OF ST. ANTONYGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
As a rule, the walls of the hall would no doubt have been wainscotted.
ENGLISH MONASTIC LIFEABBOT GASQUET
The romes of the abbey were richly wainscotted, both sides and roofe.
BRIEF LIVES (VOL. 1 OF 2)JOHN AUBREY