After a few minutes the cloth was removed and the bed was rotated into an upright position.
He may not want a ‘Tesco’ pageant, but should cut his cloth appropriately.
It was rescued just as its silver casket began to melt and drip onto the cloth within.
Old English claþ "a cloth, sail, cloth covering, woven or felted material to wrap around one," hence, also, "garment," from Proto-Germanic *kalithaz (cf. Old Frisian klath "cloth," Middle Dutch cleet, Dutch kleed "garment, dress," Middle High German kleit, German Kleid "garment"), of obscure origin. As an adjective from 1590s. The cloth "the clerical profession" is from 17c. in reference to characteristic dress.