Curtains synonyms

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(--- Obs.) A cloak, mantle, or veil
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The layer of the Earth between the crust and the core. It is about 2,900 km (1,798 mi) thick and consists mainly of magnesium-iron silicate minerals, such as olivine and pyroxene. It has an upper, partially molten part, which is about 660 km (409 mi) thick, and a lower, solid part. The upper mantle is the source of magma and volcanic lava.
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Cloth; fabric.
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Something resembling a wall in impenetrability or strength:
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Any piece of cloth used as a concealing or separating screen or curtain
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Any of a set of ropes or wires stretched from a ship's side to a masthead to offset lateral strain on the mast
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Any of various devices used to protect or screen from light and heat
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(Football) screen pass
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(Fortification) A screen for a battery
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A barrier of chains or poles to obstruct navigation
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Any device intended to conceal or hide.
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A thin covering or coating:
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(Obsolescent) Departure, especially departure from this life
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The repose of death:
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The conveyance of an interest in real property for a specified time period by will or lease; the death of a person or cessation of a corporate entity.
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The definition of a decoration is an item used to make a room or thing more beautiful, or a medal given as an awarding.
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(Geology) An ice barrier.
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A rooflike structure, often made of canvas or plastic, that serves as a shelter, as over a storefront, window, door, or deck.
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A progressive decrease in the strength of a conditioned response, often resulting in its elimination, because of withdrawal of a specific stimulus.
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A form of juggling where several people pass props between each other, usually clubs or rings.
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Extinction of life; death.
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