origami

[ US /ˌɔɹiˈɡɑˌmi/ ]
[ UK /ˌɒɹɪɡˈɑːmi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the Japanese art of folding paper into shapes representing objects (e.g., flowers or birds)
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How To Use origami In A Sentence

  • This era produced hulking concrete edifices built in the form of conch shells, rocket ships, sail boats, origami figures, and circus tents.
  • Akira Yoshizawa, who is considered to be the man who elevated origami from a craft to an art form. George Heymont: There's Art Right At Your Fingertips!
  • I will wrap little cones of it in origami paper to give to my colleagues back in Andijon. Chodak-Tkent-Nukus-Bukhara-Tkent
  • As a subversive alternative, the architects propose a row of deviant shirts, some misbuttoned, some configured like origami petals, all unwearable.
  • Also in favour of the origami analogy, folding, invagination and turning inside out are some of the favourite tricks used by embryonic tissues when making a body. THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
  • Each of the seven tracks is an elegant construction reminiscent of a perfectly folded origami sculpture.
  • The children were taught Mugdhu dance, along with a range of other Asian skills and crafts including origami.
  • Cut various size circles from origami or craft papers and attach with double-sided tape or craft spray adhesive.
  • Dr. Erik Demaine, who won the MacArthur "Genius" Grant for his work in computational origami. George Heymont: There's Art Right At Your Fingertips!
  • Both then stand back and watch with the intensity of students observing an origami master.
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