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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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wrap-aroundˈwrap-aˌround, wraparound adjective [only before noun]  1 DCCa wrap-around skirt is one that you wind around your body and fasten in place2 wrap-around sunglasses curve around the sides of your face
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wrap-aroundThere was little light in the room but he wore wrap-around dark glasses.The subtlety of the wrap-around influence of alien presuppositions is that they do their work before they are noticed.No adobe, just white columns and wrap-around porches.He was a short, fair-complexioned man wearing blue slacks, a tieless white shirt, and wrap-around sunglasses.Their new range includes patterned bodies, cycle shorts and wrap-around tops.The boat's wrap-around windscreens were made of black polarised glass which only added to Dream Baby's ugly air of menace.
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