“I love it when they underestimate her,” Mansour told draper.
Both ladies share commonalities in their beauty—Betty was a model when she met draper, and Daisy was the aristocratic head-turner.
Show, draper writes, "united and unyielding opposition to the president's economic policies."
mid-14c. (mid-12c. as a surname), "one who weaves and/or sells cloth," from Anglo-French draper, Old French drapier (13c.) "draper, clothes-seller, clothes-maker," agent noun from drap (see drape (v.)).