Resembling paper, as in thickness or texture.
Like paper; having the thinness and consistency of paper; having the appearance or texture of paper.
Like paper; having the thinness or consistency of paper.
of or like paper
Close to her, very meek under her sheltering wing, were Sarah and Mary, the housemaids – very gay in papery silks, pink and green, with much adornment of wide yellow lace.
They range from a species of lichen and a plant called a papery whitlow wort, neither of which is hardly more than an inch or two high, to lovely purple-flowered scrub blazing star or the fragrant scrub mint with its delicate, orchid-like blossoms that are hard to miss in the landscape when they're in bloom.
As I sit here, today, trying on my new editorial hat, thinking up more orders to shout at Gary, I fancy myself in charge of the glossy New Yorker or the "papery" Le Monde.
Those mushrooms are new to me here, kind of papery, I will have to try that poof.
Gleaming in high light under an equally light sky, they huddle almost one on top of the other, built upon every available square yard inside the "papery" old city wall, which looks as if cannon would blow it away.
Witt, a profound theologian and courtly gentleman; and the Rev.Dr. William C. Brownlee, with his vigorous Scotch accent, preaching against what he invariably called "papery" (popery), and recalling, as he did,
"She hasn't changed much, though; fallen away a little; her red cheeks have turned to a kind of papery white; her mouth has grown thin and
In a few minutes my breast was flat, the skin almost papery.
“Yes,” she said in a papery voice before going back to her muttering chant.
I felt papery bandages crinkle underneath the cotton.