Examples of sheathe in a Sentence
sometimes shipbuilders sheathe a ship's bottom with copper for extra protection from barnacles and other threats
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And the glowing transom over the office entrance was sheathed in marble.
The master bath’s tub and fittings are by Lefroy Brooks, the stool is from Room & Board, the walls and floor are sheathed in white dolomite marble, and the artwork in the hallway is by Robert Janitz.
As Charles stood up, unfolding his lanky frame — sheathed in a slightly iridescent emerald-green suit — and leaned down to pick up his brown leather handbag, the woman rushed over.
The building was to be sheathed in marble from quarries north of Athens, the vein of marble used to build the Parthenon.
And Nola paints a portrait of the Obama family, their faces sheathed in smiles.
Two centuries ago, almost every roof in the parish was sheathed in wood shingles or shakes.
The walls in the master bath are sheathed in a Cole & Son wallpaper, available through Lee Jofa.
The upper floor facing the surrounding streets will be sheathed by corrugated stainless steel.
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Origin and Etymology of sheathe
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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