Pronunciation of Wainscoted
/wˈe͡ɪnskə͡ʊtɪd/, /wˈeɪnskəʊtɪd/, /w_ˈeɪ_n_s_k_əʊ_t_ɪ_d/
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Usage examples for wainscoted:
- Sturdy drovers stopped to drink at the little bar; well- to- do farmers spent their evenings and talked politics in the low, wainscoted parlor, while their horses munched some suspicious mixture of moldy hay and tolerable beans in the tumble- down stables. - "Lady Audley's Secret", Mary Elizabeth Braddon.
- Up the shallow, wide, old- fashioned staircase, past the wainscoted walls, dark and shining like a mirror, down a long narrow passage with many doors, which but for their gleaming brass handles one would not have known were there, the oldest of the three old servants led little Griselda, so tired and sleepy that her supper had been left almost untasted, to the room prepared for her. - "The Cuckoo Clock", Mrs. Molesworth.
- I liked the wainscoted walls, the white, canopied beds, but most of all, I liked the deep- set windows with their view of the silent lake, asleep in the bosom of the mountains, and dreaming of the sky. - "The Princess Passes", Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson.