noun, plural drap·er·ies.
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Origin of drapery
OTHER WORDS FROM draperydrap·er·ied, adjectiveun·dra·per·ied, adjective
Words nearby drapery
Example sentences from the Web for draperies
His style of composition was important, his figures varied and life-like, his draperies dignified.Fra Bartolommeo and Andrea D'Agnolo|Leader Scott
Then Miss Leonora rose with a sudden rustling of all her draperies, and with her own energetic hand rang the bell.The Perpetual Curate|Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant
Rugs and draperies a few, those you find satisfying to your sense of color, of design, and with which you feel at home.The Cost of Shelter|Ellen H. Richards
She turned the draperies down, laid herself dressed on the thick, downy bed, and then got up and went back to her own.The Mummy and Miss Nitocris|George Griffith
All hangings, curtains and draperies must be rendered noninflammable.Chicago's Awful Theater Horror|Various