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wrapper

noun as in covering

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Volunteers from the organization dedicated to protecting Rock Creek and its surrounding parks recently pulled more than 8,000 pounds of litter — much of it beverage bottles, wrappers and plastic waste — from the watershed.

I add this mixture to the raw meat before folding it all into the wrappers.

It’s not like you’re littering by throwing a candy wrapper or a plastic bottle into the woods.

Although it was originally targeted at agents with the pitch of being like “a better broker” — providing the services brokers are regulated to provide, but with a more modern wrapper around it — it’s also in some cases attracting brokerages, too.

While it just looks like a fancy fruit in a foam wrapper, it packs remarkable sound — nearly as good as speakers twice its size.

A large woman with her head tied in a kerchief, wearing a purple wrapper and gold house slippers, passes by on the sidewalk.

Served either fresh or lightly fried, lumpia usually contain fresh heart of palm wrapped in a thin wheat-and-egg wrapper.

A wrapper which has that which the Cubans call calidad makes the cigar much stronger than one which does not possess it.

The leaf makes a very good wrapper for a tobacco of its thickness and strength.

The leaf is very thin, and without doubt, well suited for a cigar wrapper.

At this time, the "wrapper leaf" was considered to be among the best for cigars, and brought high prices.

They leave large holes which renders the leaf worthless for a cigar wrapper, leaving it fit only for fillers or seconds.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wrapper, such as: casing, envelope, capsule, cover, folder, and wrap.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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