noun, plural sho·ji, sho·jis.
Origin of shoji
Examples from the Web for shoji
The local people open their homes to show off their treasures inside: artworks, Shoji screens, their homes.
Meister, like Shoji, is a designer who consistently dresses plus-size stars.Octavia Spencer: Nominated for ‘The Help’ and Star of the Red Carpet|Justine Harman|February 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Handmade Japanese window or Shoji paper for repairing leaves, also called Japanese mending tissue.Notes on Bookbinding for Libraries|John Cotton Dana
Um-ko in her room forgot her sewing, and leaned a delicate ear closer to the shoji.
Tatsu had, as rudely, reopened the shoji panels, tearing a large hole in the translucent paper.
Two of the four walls of the guest-room were of shoji, a lattice covered with translucent rice-paper.
And at the end he heard her sink slowly to the earth, slipping, sighing, down the shoji.The Way of the Gods|John Luther Long