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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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draperydrap‧er‧y /ˈdreɪpəri/ noun  1 TIM[uncountable] cloth arranged in folds a table covered with drapery2 draperies3 [uncountable] British EnglishTIM cloth and other goods sold by a draper a drapery business
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draperyVacuum and brush curtains and draperies.Wash curtains and draperies or have them dry-cleaned.A cot swathed in draperies and blue ribbon stood isolated in a corner.Beatrice is a typical Botticelli beauty, all ringlets, long fingers, too much drapery.Silk draperies began at the ceiling and cascaded to the floor.In the drapery room, for example, the formations hang from the ceiling like curtains.Thus the drapery was also important.
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