curtained curtained

Definition(s):

  • (adj) furnished or concealed with curtains or draperies

Usage(s):

  1. As disco music played, those seated near the curtained hallway to the back and left of the stage gasped when an elegant black hand briefly parted the curtain.
  2. In their system, the high-ranking cadre is on a pedestal, traditionally in a curtained sedan chair.
  3. They have their own highlight reel, after all: A montage of 911, Colin Powell holding up a vial of anthrax, Zarqawi's death mask presented in a gilt frame on a curtained stage.

News

  1. Tiger Woods-Sergio Garcia Saga Continues At U.S. Open: Note Of Apology Left In Locker

    ARDMORE, Pa. There were no priests in black robes, no curtained booth to slip into, no screened window to talk through. But Sergio Garcia, star golfer currently suffering the aftereffects of foot-in-the-mouth disease, had it different than those who preceded him Tuesday to pre-U.S. Open news conferences.        
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Hartford Courant

  2. This time, Sergio Garcia does the right thing

    ARDMORE, Pa. — There were no priests in black robes, no curtained booth to slip into, no screened window to talk through. But Sergio Garcia , star golfer currently suffering the aftereffects of foot-in-the-mouth disease, had it different than those who preceded him Tuesday to pre- U.S. Open news conferences.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

Quotes

  1. "I parked in a no-parking space at the hospital - and got away with it somehow - and made my way into the little curtained alcove of the emergency room," Keillor said. "A lovely doctor admitted me, and she was writing on her clipboard...
    on Dec 9, 2009 By: Garrison Keillor Source: CBC.ca

  2. "Language requirements belong in immigration law, not in the ballot box," Mr. Pence said. "That curtained ballot booth is sacred soil."
    on Jul 13, 2006 By: Mike Pence Source: Wall Street Journal

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