Part of speech: verb

To hang with tapestry.

Part of speech: noun

A loosely woven, ornamental fabric used for hangings.

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Usage examples "tapestry":

  1. The floor where they danced was covered with tapestry and hung about with red velvet, but most adorned by the presence of a great number of ladies richly dressed and beautified both by nature and habit, attending on their mistress; and there were also many senators, officers, courtiers, and nobility,- a very great presence of spectators. - "A Journal of the Swedish Embassy in the Years 1653 and 1654, Vol II.", Bulstrode Whitelocke.
  2. If you're diligent, and keep on at this pace, you'll finish triumphantly with a blank canvas, like Penthesilea and her tapestry in my ancient history. - "M. or N. "Similia similibus curantur."", G.J. Whyte-Melville.
  3. A small tapestry of the Gobelins made a ragged glow of color on the wall. - "Ronicky Doone", Max Brand.