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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwallpaperwall‧pa‧per1 /ˈwɔːlˌpeɪpə $ ˈwɒːlˌpeɪpər/ ●●○ noun [countable, uncountable]  1 DHHpaper that you stick onto the walls of a room in order to decorate it2 the colour, pattern, or picture which you have as the background on the screen of a computerdesktop
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wallpaperMorris produced more than sixty designs for fabric and wallpaper, which influenced scores of other designers.In fact, your new business will only have a corporate wallpaper that you pick out.There are also jokes, graphics, stationery and desktop wallpaper for downloading.The three blocks were used to print one of Morris' many floral wallpaper patterns.She made her silent vow to the piece of wallpaper that flapped in the breeze.In the second hotel I noted that the wallpaper, although of a strictly geometrical pattern, was upside-down.It was impossible that anyone could have torn out a brick through the wallpaper.If you want to use wallpaper, go for a design with layers of pattern.