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Use "tapestried" in a sentence
"Then enter many a house of luxury, and enquire whether death in tapestried chambers and amid all the alleviations of earthly love and wealth, be"
"They were in what was called the tapestried chamber, a room lined with needlework, done by dead fingers of long ago: those of some of the ladies whose portraits Inna was to see by-and-by in the grand staircase, and the gallery running round the hall."
"Her pillows are a good start, either alone or mixed in with other things, such as Jonathan Adler's tapestried banana pillow."