Tapestry definitions

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The definition of a tapestry is a large piece of material woven or printed with decorative designs.

An example of a tapestry is a large fabric wall hanging with the Hindu god Shiva woven into it.

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Tapestry is defined as to hang or drape a large piece of decorative woven cloth.

An example of tapestry is covering a couch with a floral woven piece of material.

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Something felt to resemble a richly and complexly designed cloth.

The tapestry of world history.

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A heavy cloth woven with rich, often varicolored designs or scenes, usually hung on walls for decoration and sometimes used to cover furniture.
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A cloth embroidered with designs or scenes, especially one made in the Middle Ages.
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To hang or decorate with tapestry.
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To make, weave, or depict in a tapestry.
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A heavy cloth woven by hand or machinery with decorative designs and pictures and used as a wall hanging, furniture covering, etc.
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To decorate as with a tapestry.
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(1) A framework for writing Web-based applications in Java from the Apache Jakarta Project. See Jakarta.
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A heavy woven cloth, often with decorative pictorial designs, normally hung on walls.
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(by extension) Anything with variegated or complex details.
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To decorate with tapestry, or as if with a tapestry.
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Origin of tapestry

Middle English tapiceri, tapstri from Old French tapisserie from tapisser to cover with carpet from tapis carpet from Greek tapētion diminutive of tapēs perhaps of Iranian origin