|one who hangs wallpaper, one who attaches decorative paper coverings to walls||wallpaperer|
|(about paper) having rough edges, having a feathered edge like that of handmade paper||deckled|
|(from French) under-garment worn by women (covering the neck, shoulders and breasts), decorative undergarment||chemisette|
|(Medicine) inflammation of the tendons, inflammation of the tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone (also spelled tendinitis)||tendonitis|
|(plant or tree) trimmed into a decorative shape, clipped into a fanciful shape, art of shaping bushes, art of trimming plants or trees into decorative shapes; garden containing trees that are trimmed into fanciful shapes, shaped bush, topiary garden||topiary|
|(Sports) British form of handball (played on a court with a front wall and walls on the sides); racket game that resembles squash: (Medicine) disease of the glands under the ear in horses||fives|
|a fake, counterfeit, fraud, hoax, fake; someone who pretends to be something he is not; pretense; decorative or protective covering (i.e. for a pillow, etc.), false, deceptive; pretended, , feigned, impostor, not genuine, pillow sham, feign; trick, dec...||sham|
|a trademark for a compound used in surfacing interior walls||Spackle|
|a trademark for a prefabricated structure that has a semicircular roof curving downward to form walls, often used to house military personnel||Quonset|
|a trademark for a small disposable paper cup||Dixie cup|
|a trademark for a telephone directory printed on yellow paper and containing names, addresses, and telephone numbers of businesses and other organizations listed according to the products or services offered||Yellow Pages|
|a trademark for a type of plasterboard, brand name for a plasterboard made of paper bonded to a gypsum plaster core||Sheetrock|
|a trademark for self-sticking slips of paper sold in pad form||Post-it|
|abnormal hardening of body tissue (Medicine); hardening of plant tissues or cell walls (Botany), hardening of plant cell wall||sclerosis|
|above the topgallant, enjoying royal patronage, excellent, extremely bad, largest or best, member of the royal house; small sail on the royalmast; paper size; upper branch of an antler; English coin (Archaic); member of the foot troop of the British ar...||royal|
|abrasive paper||emery paper|
|accessory that attaches with clip, attaching by gripping||clip-on|
|accommodations, compartment of space marked off by walls within a building; space, two- or three-dimensional area, occupy a room, lodge, dwell, part of a building, people in a room, scope, share living quarters with somebody, usable space||room|
|act of excusing somebody, excuse somebody for something impolite, forgive somebody for wrongdoing, forgive; absolve; grant clemency, forgiveness; absolution; clemency, indulgence, interj, paper authorizing freedom from punishment, release from punishme...||pardon|
|act of feeding, eat, food, food; meal; act of providing food; nourishment; fodder, food fed to livestock; material supplied; act of channeling or routing; act of passing (Sports); act of inserting into a maching (especially of putting paper into a prin...||feed|
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