- (of carpeting) completely covering a floor
- (informal) as far as the eye can see; widespread ⇒
wall-to-wall sales in the high street shops
Example Sentences Including 'wall-to-wall'
Near the end of the wall-to-wall carpet covering the hall floor was a dark stain which could have been blood.
Prezza, 63, will be smothered in the kind of wall-to-wall luxury rarely seen outside Buckingham Palace.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
THAILAND Beaches Of Sin Will big-ticket, wall-to-wall tourism reclaim Thai sands?
Outlook India (2005)
The BBC counters this with the undeniable fact that the existing services are wall-to-wall US imports.
TOP MARKETING AND MEDIA COMPANIES IN THE UK (2002)
The area was wall-to-wall Renaissance, the peaks of the buildings crowded with statues.
The big defence was that Classic FM would be wall-to-wall classical music.
The Australian (2005)
The obvious trouble spot is Scott's basement, which is tacky, wall-to-wall Toronto Maple Leaf memorabilia.
Globe and Mail (2003)
The room was immaculately furnished with a deep pile wall-to-wall carpet, a teak desk and a matching set of brown leather armchairs.
Alastair McLean's 'Night Watch'
You'd have to do your wall-to-wall job in a retirement home for a lot of hours to pay for that.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
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