Over her wrapper clung the old shawl whose snowy web was sown with broidery of linnæa-bells, green vine and rosy blossom.
She threw off her dress, put on a wrapper, and went up to him.
The senior opened the wrapper, and to his surprise and sorrow found it contained two of the marked coins.
She slipped on her wrapper and went into the kitchen to start the fire.
In the morning he also, on the plea of a headache, put a wrapper on to cover his branded forehead.
This wrapper was far more in accord with the true spirit of Punch.
Mark rose and opened the door to Trixie, in a loose morning wrapper.
In her wrapper she ran out into the hallway and found him descending the stairs.
This sheet must be blank, and is merely a wrapper, to preclude the tabellarians of the post from peeping.
Need I suggest what was the need—the urgent need—for suppressing that wrapper?
Under control; in hand; together: got everything wrapped, whole fuckin' world on the half-shell (1980s+)
Code which is combined with another piece of code to determine how that code is executed. The wrapper acts as an interface between its caller and the wrapped code. This may be done for compatibility, e.g. if the wrapped code is in a different programming language or uses different calling conventions, or for security, e.g. to prevent the calling program from executing certain functions. The implication is that the wrapped code can only be accessed via the wrapper.