drape (someone or something) with (something)

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drape (someone or something) with (something)

To cover someone or something with something. We draped the couch with a sheet to keep it from getting damaged or stained in the move.
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drape someone or something with something

to hang something on or over someone or something. They draped each guest with a makeshift toga. They draped the statue with a brightly colored loincloth.
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References in classic literature ?
It was covered with a lace cloth and draped with green wreaths.
Then a door draped with royal green opened, and in came the fair and girlish Princess Ozma, who now greeted her guests in person for the first time.
In the midst of this room stood a couch, draped with curtains of all the colours of the rainbow, and suspended by golden cords so that it swayed with the Castle in a manner which rocked its occupant delightfully to sleep.
Opposite page: The grand damsel look by John Galliano for Yves Saint Laurent with shawl collar coatdress ensemble with exaggerated straw hat draped with large bow and crushed veiling.
Miss USA's tree is draped with banners bearing the names of all 50 states and topped with a crown.
The beauty of any magnificent oak or cypress is marvelously enhanced when the limbs are draped with wisps of this maverick pineapple.