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draper

noun drap·er \ˈdrā-pər\

Definition of DRAPER

chiefly British
:  a dealer in cloth and sometimes also in clothing and dry goods
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Origin of DRAPER

Middle English, weaver, clothier, from Anglo-French draper, from drap cloth — more at drab
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with DRAPER

Draper

biographical name Dra·per \ˈdrā-pər\

Definition of DRAPER

Henry 1837–1882 Am. astron.

Draper

geographical name Dra·per \ˈdrā-pər\

Definition of DRAPER

city N cen Utah S of Salt Lake City pop 42,274

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