All Noun Verb
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  • She is known for her lustrous red hair that drapes down to the ground.
  • As it was filmed during the day, the building was covered with black drapes.
  • Setting up large show required control over the room lighting and often involved drapes and scaffolds.
  • Drapes over the interior glass can be used to control lighting.
  • His head, only partially severed from his neck, drapes forward onto the ground.
  • Not realizing she is married, he hits on her and helps her carry some drapes to her car.
  • In the rear is a large window with red drapes.
  • Outside of the platform hung red and white drapes that were full of scriptures.
  • The evil conscience drapes the future in darkness, and is right in doing it. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: St. Mark, Maclaren
  • It made significant use of the theater drapes and stage curtains for dramatic effect.
  • They objected to the picture being shown with one half of it concealed by drapes.
  • In the upper part are two pink and yellow drapes.
  • The first half of the video is the band playing against the backdrop of orange, yellow, and red drapes.
  • It was later removed and drapes hung in the empty space to provide better acoustics.
  • Legs are tall, narrow stage drapes that are used to mask the wings on either side of the stage.
  • The seats and drapes are of a rich red material.
  • He lifts one knee and drapes the cloth over it, standing upon one leg. Cited from Further Foolishness, by Stephen Leacock
  • Legs and borders are typically made from a heavy, light-absorbing material similar to that of other stage drapes.
  • The interiors were dark with heavy drapes, dark wood, dark wall paper, and hard wood flooring.
  • Me, the cold statue, thus he drapes with duty. Cited from Poetical Works of George MacDonald in Two Volumes,
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Root form of drapes is drape for both verb and noun.

Meaning of drapes

  • noun The manner in which fabric hangs or falls
    she adjusted the drape of her skirt
  • noun A sterile covering arranged over a patient's body during a medical examination or during surgery in order to reduce the possibility of contamination
  • verb Arrange in a particular way
    drape a cloth
  • verb Place casually
    The cat draped herself on the sofa
  • verb Cover or dress loosely with cloth
    drape the statue with a sheet