English version

tapestry in Household topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtapestrytap‧es‧try /ˈtæpəstri/ noun (plural tapestries) [countable, uncountable]  1 DHa large piece of heavy cloth on which coloured threads are woven to produce a picture, pattern etc a colourful tapestry depicting a hunting scene2 something that is made up of many different people and things This was all new to her – part of life’s rich tapestry.
Examples from the Corpus
tapestryShe had no idea there was a tapestry plaque made by the parishioners.In the craft workshop there's the opportunity to enjoy painting and drawing, basketwork and tapestry.Displays include Eyemouth tapestry, history of Berwickshire fanning and fishing, and the wheelhouse of a modern fishing boat.The room was flooded with a soft illumination, cleverly directed at the Gobelin tapestries that lined one wall.He is like a hero in one of his tapestries, on an epic journey of artistic discovery.What wouldn't burn still remained: bare walls muffled with incongruous tapestries, flooring tamped over with carpets.Lucy laughed: Jay thought of medieval tapestries and silver hunting horns.Surely Miss Dersingham's tapestry had shown the arms in a lozenge?