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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Two of the GIs hauling the boat downstream are shirtless, their bayonets sheathed at their belts.
There was a time when a travel pillow meant an inflatable donut sheathed in scratchy plastic.
Sheathed in silvery glass, with alternating stacks of balconies accentuating its sculptural identity, the tower promises to work as both a stand-alone object and a part of the cityscape.
His colleagues, meanwhile, have reportedly sheathed their daggers, having determined that Priebus is essentially harmless.
Unlike a curtain-wall tower sheathed entirely in glass, with floor-to-ceiling windows, Viñoly’s design gives you a ready sense of the massive structure that is holding you aloft.
The building, sheathed in golden glass, will get a new lobby with Italian marble, updated corridors, new bathrooms, new lighting and new landscaping.
Residents will have access to a rooftop clubhouse with a spa overlooking downtown at the corner of Park and F (and sheathed in metal to resemble a water tower).
Two centuries ago, almost every roof in the parish was sheathed in wood shingles or shakes.
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Origin and Etymology of sheathe
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Related Wordsapparel, array, clothe, dress, garb, robe; side, skin; embosom, embower, embrace, encase, enclose (also inclose), encompass, enshroud, envelop, enwrap, invest, lap, mantle, shroud, surround, swathe, veil, wrap; blanket, overlay, overspread
Near Antonymsbare, denude, expose, strip; unswathe
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