What is draped?

  • (adj): Covered in folds of cloth.
    Example: "Velvet-draped windows"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on draped:

History Of The British Penny (1714–1901) - Mintages - Queen Victoria 1837-1901
1859 ~ 1,075,200 1860 ~ 32,256 Laureate and Draped Bust - 'L.C.Wyon' (Beaded border) 1860 ~ 5,053,440 Laureate and Draped Bust - 'L.C.Wyon' (Toothed border) 1860 ~ Unknown 1861 ~ 36,449,280 Laureate ...
Half Eagle - Draped Bust
... a new type designed by John Reich was produced, the "Draped Bust", featuring a round-capped Liberty facing left on the obverse and a modified eagle on the reverse ... In 1813 a modified version of the Draped Bust was introduced, removing much of the bustline and giving Liberty an overall larger appearance ...
Draped Bust
... "Draped Bust" was the name given to a design of United States coins ... The denominations that featured the Draped Bust design included the half dollar ...
Tuppence - Mintages - Queen Victoria 1837-1901
1857 ~ 752,640 Young Bust 1858 ~ 1,559,040 1859 ~ 1,075,200 1860 ~ 32,256 Laureate and Draped Bust - 'L.C.Wyon' (Beaded border) 1860 ~ 5,053,440 Laureate and Draped Bust - 'L.C.Wyon ...
Gettin' That Guac - Track Listing
... Know bout Me? What You Know bout Me? Part 2 Cake Ice Cream Cake Ice Cream 2 Compilation albums Draped Up Chipped Out, Vol. 2 Draped Up and Chipped Out, Vol. 3 Draped Up and Chipped Out, Vol ...

More definitions of "draped":

  • (adj): Covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak.
    Example: "A beam draped with cobwebs"
    Synonyms: cloaked, clothed, mantled, wrapped

Famous quotes containing the word draped:

    I went to a literary gathering once.... The place was filled with people who looked as if they had been scraped up out of drains. The ladies ran to draped plush dresses—for Art; to wreaths of silken flowerets in the hair—for Femininity; and, somewhere between the two adornments, to chain-drive pince-nez—for Astigmatism. The gentlemen were small and somewhat in need of dusting.
    Dorothy Parker (1893–1967)

    She pulled in her horizon like a great fish-net. Pulled it from around the waist of the world and draped it over her shoulder, so much of life in its meshes! She called in her soul to come and see.
    Zora Neale Hurston (1891–1960)