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Arras AR-əsPart of speech: noun Origin: Late Middle English, unknown
1A rich tapestry, typically hung on the walls of a room or used to conceal an alcove.2A town in northeastern France; population 43,663 (2006). In medieval times it was a center for the manufacture of tapestries.
 
Examples of Arras in a sentence “The castle is rumored to conceal secret passageways behind colorful arras.” “While no longer known for tapestries, Arras is still a lovely town to visit in France.”
WORD OF THE DAY
ArrasAR-əsPart of speech: nounOrigin: Late Middle English, unknown
1A rich tapestry, typically hung on the walls of a room or used to conceal an alcove.2A town in northeastern France; population 43,663 (2006). In medieval times it was a center for the manufacture of tapestries.
 
Examples of Arras in a sentence “The castle is rumored to conceal secret passageways behind colorful arras.” “While no longer known for tapestries, Arras is still a lovely town to visit in France.”