Related formsun·tap·es·tried, adjective
Definition for tapestried (2 of 2)
noun, plural tap·es·tries.
verb (used with object), tap·es·tried, tap·es·try·ing.
Origin of tapestry
Related formstap·es·try·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for tapestried
It led to the tapestried chamber, and years ago they used to steal up it and peep into the room.White Lies|Charles Reade
He showed her the state-rooms with their tapestried walls and painted ceilings.Diana Tempest, Volume II (of 3)|Mary Cholmondeley
He has been evicted by turning his tapestried chamber into the smoking-room.The Book of Dreams and Ghosts|Andrew Lang
The apartments are high and large, and splendidly painted, tapestried, and furnished.Visit to Iceland|Ida Pfeiffer
Leave it to Dunn to be lounging in the other tapestried chair.Behind the Scenes in Warring Germany|Edward Lyell Fox