Examples of upholstery in a Sentence
an old chair that needs new upholstery
He learned upholstery from his father.
Recent Examples of upholstery from the Web
The vacuum comes with an extra level of filtration to help get rid of pesky allergens and can be used on a ton of different surfaces like carpets, upholstery, stairs, counter tops, and hard floors.
The raspberry, teal, and yellow sofa upholstery was the starting point.
Standard furnishings are black leatherette/microfiber upholstery combined with piano-black and aluminum trim.
The base comes with Shale (gray) fabric upholstery.
Photo: Lucy Hewett for The Wall Street Journal 8:30 p.m. Sit for a spell at Japanese Grandma’s, a restaurant where colorful tropical upholstery meets Japanese minimalism.
The large-scale floral repeats seen in Valentino's Fall 2018 Read-to-Wear collection were ingenious, in part due to the fact that patterns that big are usually reserved for wallpaper and upholstery.
While base models come with a standard four-cylinder engine, our SLT-1 All-Terrain version came with the uplevel 3.6-liter V-6, along with leather upholstery, all-wheel drive and special badges.
Melchiorre also asked jurors to consider lies Graham told police about blood in the minivan, the location of the minivan, how it was damaged and how the upholstery came to be ripped from the rear bench seat.
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Origin and Etymology of upholstery
First Known Use: 1597See Words from the same year
UPHOLSTERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of upholstery for English Language Learners
: the cloth, leather, etc., that covers a couch, chair, etc.
: the process or business of covering pieces of furniture with cloth, leather, etc.
UPHOLSTERY Defined for Kids
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