“I hear that a new order of Knighthood is on the tapis,” the letter reads.
As soon as anything concerning her beloved Burgsdorf comes on the tapis, nothing will keep her.
I immediately placed the Colonel's broken head upon the tapis.
The ball, which no tongue had hitherto ventured to mention, was again brought on the tapis.
Hanover was then on the tapis, and the King felt the allusion.
The "tapis d'orient" effect, so frequently quoted by the French in writing of such works, is hardly excelled elsewhere.
She gave them quite a while, for she was chatting with the girls about some weddings on the tapis.
This significant undertaking was evidently on the tapis early in the winter.
Dubois, on the first opportunity, brought it again on the tapis.
So the flat was taken, and the question of furniture was the next to come upon the tapis.