She reminded me of a great loaf of white bread, plumped down on the sofa in its cellophane wrapping.
The 46-look collection consisted of drop-waist skirts, cellophane cocktail dresses, and translucent and tinsel fabrics.
The buckwheat with pork fat and boiled potatoes is served in cellophane bowls and is fresh and tasty.
His uniform was too tight and was wrapped around his doughy body like cellophane.
Then he saw that this emptiness was lined and laced with filmy striations, like cellophane.
You can easily prevent wax from getting in between the scion and the stock by using a paper or cellophane.
The cellophane came unsealed with surprising ease: so did the revenue stamp.
Wrap the coil at several points with cellophane or plastic tape to keep it from unwinding.
Hand me one of the swabs you will find wrapped in cellophane in the bag, please.
He leaned back in the creaking swivel chair and began to unwrap the cellophane from a cigar.
1912, trademark name for a flexible, transparent product made from regenerated cellulose, coined by the inventor, Swiss chemist Jacques E. Brandenberger (1872-1954), probably from cell(ulose) + o + phane, from Greek phainein "to appear" (see phantasm).