Mary remained at the table, making sketches upon the baize cover with her pen-handle.
"You'll find us at our studies, you see," said the Doctor, as he opened the first baize door.
For the more effectual making of baize, in Colchester and other parts of Great Britain.
The profits also of the baize brought to Leadenhall are settled on the same hospital.
It was only necessary to swing back the baize door to hear all that was taking place in the study.
In the morning to Church, where our pew all covered with rosemary and baize.
I always made them wear a very warm great coat, well lined with baize, and a fur cape or collar.
(To Property Man) The baize doors at the rear, and curtains.
Walter followed him through the baize door and down the stone passage.
This stick must be covered with baize or cloth sewed on tightly.
coarse woolen fabric, 1570s, bayse, from French baies, fem. plural of adjective bai "bay-colored," from Latin badius "chestnut-colored" (see bay (n.4)). Thus probably so called for its original color. French plural taken as a singular in English.