And slowly, slowly, the drapery was put aside, and a face peered in.
The drapery was lifted and they passed into a room as large as the one they were in.
The colour is as rich and juicy as Titians, the drapery learned and graceful, the faces are full of fire and spirit.
She was dressed in some loose, rich-colored robe, which had the effect of drapery.
A pleasing effect will be produced, if you leave strong lights in some parts of the drapery, &c., without any colours.
Everywhere was the rustle of drapery and soft, musical speech.
I paid no attention, believing that a draught from the window was moving some drapery.
While she was speaking, she had taken off her outer layer of drapery and her bonnet.
The one sacrificed the heart to the head; the other both heart and head to point and drapery.
Occasionally, but seldom, the same device may be seen in the drapery.
early 14c., "cloth, textiles," from Old French draperie (12c.) "weaving, cloth-making, clothes shop," from drap (see drape (n.)). From late 14c. as "place where cloth is made; cloth market." Meaning "stuff with which something is draped" is 1680s.