Damask [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Damask:

It was monstrous that this English damask rose should fall a prey to so detestable a person as the Comte de Lussigny.

The table cover and napkins must be of snowy damask, the glass clear as crystal, and taste must preside over each detail.

Although the table-cloth and the napkins were of fine damask, the knives were of a common sort, and the forks of steel.

The damask was even more spotless than it had seemed through the window, and the crystal more sparkling.

Yet I have two footmen in handsome liveries behind my Coach, and my apartment is hung with damask.

It is of carmine silk damask with gold thread, and the inner vest is of white lawn.

They made the room feel cold, in spite of the heavy red damask curtains and great gilt cornices.

Then he leaned both elbows on the damask-covered mahogany surface, and rested his forehead on his hands.

Then she looked down at her pink damask rose—it was withered.

She went to a window, drew back the damask curtain, and gazed out.