candy-striped


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candy-striped

adj
(Textiles) (esp of clothing fabric) having narrow coloured stripes on a white background
candy stripe n
Translations

candy-striped

[ˈkændɪˌstraɪpt] ADJa rayas de colores

candy-striped

adj (fabric) → a righine bianche e rosa
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The candy-striped pole, which indicates nobility proud and ancient along the palace-bordered canals of Venice, indicated merely the humble barbershop along the main street of Dawson's Landing.
Jo Malone have the most beautiful range of candy-striped candles and fragrance, with packaging by Scots designer Jonathan Saunders.
In soft grey felt with a candy-striped scarf and jolly "Yay" bunting, he's just the right side of kitsch, and will raise a smile from big kids as well as small.
She pairs a bright-purple skirt with candy-striped pink pants and a turtleneck embellished with lace across the back.
The candy-striped peaks have been formed from different layers of sandstone compressed together over 24 million years.
Toppling in a 60-second series of explosions, the candy-striped smokestacks in Fort Lauderdale will disappear in July, taking along with them the pollution that they have emitting since the 1960s.
From recipes that offer different tea choices such as Chilled Raspberry Soup and Candy-Striped Meringues to Chocolate Figs Dipped in Sea Salt, this is loaded with engaging color photos of completed dishes and unique table settings, and is a fine, fun guide to any who would consider creating an eye-catching vintage tea party.
If you're looking for something more colourful, then there are bold candy-striped dresses and skirts all over the high street.
The new Heritage Coloured Beetroot range comprises white, golden and candy-striped (known as chioggia) varieties and goes on sale as a mixed bunch in 100 Sainsbury's stores on 8 December.
The Moxie collection is packaged in 100% recyclable and reusable tins and candy-striped "boudoir boxes" that a spokeswoman explains are color-coded by absorption.
If American nurses are our "Angels of Mercy"--and they are, believe me; especially military nurses--then our candy-striped teenage hospital volunteers must be the cherubim, God bless 'em.