[ tap-uh-streed ]

  1. furnished or covered with tapestries.

  2. represented in tapestry, as a story.

Origin of tapestried

First recorded in 1620–30; tapestry + -ed2, -ed3

Other words from tapestried

  • un·tap·es·tried, adjective

Words Nearby tapestried

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How to use tapestried in a sentence

  • He found himself in a wide hallway with lofty tapestried walls, where the light was the same twilight gloom.

    The Devil in Iron | Robert E. Howard
  • All this rolled in a terrible panorama before Conan's consciousness as he crouched beside the tapestried wall.

    The Devil in Iron | Robert E. Howard
  • Upon the other side of this room was another tapestried door-way similar to that through which he had just entered.

    A Modern Aladdin | Howard Pyle
  • He rose to his feet, and feeling blindly in the blackness, came first to the table, and then to the tapestried wall beyond.

    A Modern Aladdin | Howard Pyle
  • The rooms into which this passage opened were the oldest of all—one in particular, tapestried all round, struck me greatly.

    Grandmother Dear | Mrs. Molesworth