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Antonyms for curtained

furnished or concealed with curtains or draperies

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The place had indeed a bareness which did not suggest hidden treasures; there were no dusky nooks nor curtained corners, no massive cabinets nor chests with iron bands.
And even in the garden itself, divided into courts and curtained with hedges and high garden trees, there hung everywhere in the air the music of water.
In a large bedroom upstairs, the window of which was thickly curtained with a great woollen shawl lately discarded by the landlady Mrs Rolliver, were gathered on this evening nearly a dozen persons, all seeking beatitude; all old inhabitants of the nearer end of Marlott, and frequenters of this retreat.
Jackson had taken himself away, and the ladies had retired to their chintz- curtained bedroom, Newland Archer mounted thoughtfully to his own study.
Standing on a seat at the side of the hall, the better to peer into the curtained sanctuary, is a little mad old woman in a squeezed bonnet who is always in court, from its sitting to its rising, and always expecting some incomprehensible judgment to be given in her favour.
On the far side was a heavily curtained doorway beyond which I heard the hum of voices.
I had followed him into a good room, with ample windows closely curtained, and he had switched on the light in a hanging lamp at the bedside.
He would peek into the curtained windows, or, climbing upon the roof, peer down the black depths of the chimney in vain endeavor to solve the unknown wonders that lay within those strong walls.
They were very tired, and curtained from each other by the darkness.
At one end of the room was what appeared to be a curtained alcove, the heavy hangings of which completely hid the interior.