tapis

Part of speech: noun

Tapestry: now only in the phrase on the tapls ( up for consideration).

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Usage examples "tapis":

  1. He was wondering how he should bring his question on the tapis; but Phillis, by some marvellous intuition that really surprised her, had already come to the conclusion that this visit meant something. - "Not Like Other Girls", Rosa N. Carey.
  2. The tapis vert occupies the greater part of the garden, and it is bordered by gravel walks bordered in turn with white flowerbeds. - "The House in Good Taste", Elsie de Wolfe.
  3. They were debating how this should be brought on the tapis, when the soldier came to them, and stated that the Commandant had ordered him to be of the party, and that he was to offer his services to the two strangers. - "The Phantom Ship", Captain Frederick Marryat.