Noun(1) hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window(2) the manner in which fabric hangs or falls(3) a sterile covering arranged over a patient's body during a medical examination or during surgery in order to reduce the possibility of contamination
Verb(1) arrange in a particular way(2) place casually(3) cover as if with clothing(4) cover or dress loosely with cloth
(1) Add the desired amount of pintucks to each side of the center, remembering that the more pintucks sewn, the more the fabric drape will be affected.(2) I indicated the one in the pink drape coat and western string tie standing in the shadows, almost in the wings.(3) by fixing the band lower down you obtain a fuller drape in the fabric(4) The result is an improved drape and luster, giving a feel and look of elegance.(5) Meanwhile Roy will be wearing a cream drape suit and creepers with leopard skin fronts.(6) They should drape beautifully from the waist to the toes, with a clean, unbroken line running down the front of the legs.(7) This brushed fabric has the soft hand and silky drape of rayon, but, unlike traditional rayon, can be machine-washed and dried.(8) Rather than try and dress it up in a drape jacket, she cannot put enough emphasis on how the genre has expanded its parameters since she first trod the boards of the church halls and less salubrious venues.(9) Eva studied the drape of ancient robes on vases and kylices in order to develop the proper weave of the costumes.(10) The scrub person then drapes the patient by securing a towel with an adhesive strip on the patient's forehead and placing a body drape down the entire length of the patient.(11) The drapes include a plastic U-shaped drape that is placed around the patient's surgical leg and a lower extremity drape .(12) The firm has developed mathematical algorithms to simulate fabric drape and garment fit.(13) This is a resilient fabric that resists wrinkling in addition to being pliable and soft with a good drape .(14) I then took the rope and tied it off around my waist, tightening the drape to give me a more decent look.(15) He has everything right - the stagger of the man walking, the drape of the man sitting, the accusatory point of the man's finger.(16) It's all about this sexual power, the drape , the swagger.