Recent Examples of wrapper from the Web
The flyers were hidden in old Employment Guides that were wrapped in faded, orange plastic wrappers.
Plan your goodbye Establish a bedtime routine Practice self-help skills, such as buttoning and unbuttoning pants, putting on shoes and opening food wrappers.
The result is a moist comfort food kept warm by its corn husk wrapper.
To serve, remove from muffin tin and/or wrapper and leave at room temperature for 8-10 minutes.
The car's driver denied having marijuana but the passenger handed over a cigarillo wrapper containing a small amount of the drug.
Stray leaves and tan hot dog wrappers litter the infield, broadcast about the dirt by the wind.
Although players aren’t allowed to put a foreign substance on the ball, it isn’t handed to the umpire right out of the wrapper.
The noodle wrapper was substantial enough to hold the dumpling together and wasn't too thick or gummy.
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First Known Use of wrapper
WRAPPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wrapper for English Language Learners
: a thin piece of paper, plastic, etc., that covers or surrounds something to protect it
WRAPPER Defined for Kids
Definition of wrapper for Students
- candy wrappers
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