Diaper in a sentence

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Definition of Diaper

  • Any textile fabric (esp. linen or cotton toweling) woven in diaper pattern. See 2.
  • Surface decoration of any sort which consists of the constant repetition of one or more simple figures or units of design evenly spaced.
  • A towel or napkin for wiping the hands, etc.
  • An infant's breechcloth.
  • To ornament with figures, etc., arranged in the pattern called diaper, as cloth in weaving.
  • To put a diaper on (a child).
  • To draw flowers or figures, as upon cloth.
  • garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist; worn by infants to catch excrement
  • a fabric (usually cotton or linen) with a distinctive woven pattern of small repeated figures

How to use diaper in a sentence. Diaper pronunciation.

My mammy put me in a hickry basket when I was a day an a half old, with nothin on but my belly band an diaper.
The meals in the parlour became solemn collations, at which shone the best silver and the finest diaper, but from which gaiety and naturalness seemed to be banished.
The subject was generally a vase with fruits and flowers; the surface of the side panels inlaid with diamond-shaped lozenges, or a small diaper pattern in marqueterie; and then a framework of rich ormolu would separate the panels.
I've known Darryl since we were still in diapers and escaping from play-school, and I've been getting him into and out of trouble the whole time.
Old Stephen was a weaver of diaper; and, when he had anything to do, he could earn about eight shillings a week.
I found that it was the house of a widower, a weaver of diaper, who was left with a family of eight children to look after.
His earlier poems, published under the pseudonym of Diaper Sandoe, were so pure and bloodless in their love passages, and at the same time so biting in their moral tone, that his reputation was great among the virtuous, who form the larger portion of the English book-buying public.
What does Diaper Sandoe sing of your Age of Work?
And he has and will answer your Diaper Sandoe in better verse, as he confutes him in a better life.
The Diaper Sandoe of promise lends his pen for small hires.
And Diaper broke his bud of a smile into full flower as he delivered this information.
There was a five minutes' tragic colloquy in the recesses behind the scenes,-totally tragic to Diaper, who had fondly hoped to bask in the warm sun of that annuity, and re-emerge from his state of grub.
He repeated to Lucy Diaper Sandoe's verses- "The cockneys nod to each other aside, The coxcombs lift their glasses," and projected hiring a horse for her to ride every day in the park, and shine among the highest.
The colloquy was short between Diaper Sandoe and Richard.
Small loss to her was Diaper; but he was the loss of habit, and that is something to a woman who has lived.
Poetic justice had been dealt to Diaper the poet.
Urine and feces were evacuated at intervals from the parasite, and received into a diaper constantly worn for this purpose.
It no longer scorched their faces, but slanted in rays through the upper boughs, dappling the open walks with splashes of light which, as they receded in distance, took by a trick of the eyesight a pattern regular as diaper.
There are interesting remains of diaper work in the wall which forms the back.
There is a different arrangement of the threads in each web, giving different fine diapers, and the last described has a raised pattern which might have been intended to represent water.

Examples of Diaper

Example #1
Took me down in de cotton patch an sot me on a stump in de bilin sun.
Example #2
All de other younguns was bright.
Example #3
Unmistakably the Midland had shaken the Square and demonstrated that commerce was still possible to fearless enterprise.
Example #4
On another day the Midland sold trousers in a like manner, but without the phonographs.
Example #5
His method was generally to make the centre panel of a commode front, or the frieze of a table, a _tour de force_, the marqueterie picture being wonderfully delicate.
Example #6
The centre panel had sometimes a richer frame.