Definition of Bedraped
1. bedrape [v] - See also: bedrape
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Literary usage of Bedraped
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Master-rogue: The Confessions of a Croesus by David Graham Phillips (1903)
"... and bedecked and bedraped with jewels as she was. I have an eye that sees everything; that's why I'm accused of being ferociously critical. ..."
2. The Way of Saint James by Georgiana Goddard King (1920)
"All the centuries have bedecked and bedraped it, not so ill neither, and it is a comely, friendly, experienced place, not moving or edifying. ..."
3. The Stones of Paris in History and Letters by Benjamin Ellis Martin, Charlotte M. Martin (1906)
"In the intervals of smiling hours spent in watching heads fall into the basket, in new Place de la Revolution, they crowded here to weep about his bedraped ..."
4. Interiors, Fireplaces, & Fvrniture of the Italian Renaissance by Harold Donaldson Eberlein (1916)
"... austerity and "emptiness" in furnishing, not only country houses for summer occupancy, but also our too much upholstered and bedraped dwellings for the ..."