One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Beautiful ornaments, photographs and objects fill every available shelf, complementing the slender, often tapestried chairs.’
- ‘Such a terrific piece of knowledge caused me to yell, and to bolt (like a rabbit into his burrow) through the tapestried door at the side of the audience-chamber.’
- ‘"I know, but I have been taking care all evening, and frankly, I want to scream," she replied as she flung herself dramatically into a red tapestried chair.’
- ‘She successfully proffered $44,000 for six tapestried chairs and a sofa that had been made, a long time ago, for Queen Marie Antoinette of France.’
- ‘The dining room with chandeliers by candlelight, log fire and tapestried walls, offers continental and local fare prepared with creativity.’
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