What is another word for wrapper?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈapə] (IPA)

Wrapper is a term typically used to refer to a piece of paper or material used to cover something else. It can also be used to describe a cover or packaging for a product. Some synonyms for the word wrapper include cover, casing, envelope, jacket, sheath, sleeve, and wrapping. Additionally, some slang terms for wrapper include skin and paper. The term wrapper is often associated with the packaging of food products such as candy bars or snack items. It is an essential component in protecting the contents, ensuring freshness, and providing the necessary product information and branding.

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Usage examples for Wrapper

Each book in printed wrapper, with cover design and title.
"Leo the Circus Boy"
Ralph Bonehill
Helena even observed the wrapper from which it had come, rolled up quite tight beside the blotting-pad.
"Helena Brett's Career"
Desmond Coke
Fully Illustrated New Coloured wrapper The Dragon and the Raven.
"In the Musgrave Ranges"
Jim Bushman

Famous quotes with Wrapper

  • The holy land was supposed to be spotless, a serious equivalent of Disneyland in which not a single candy wrapper is to stay on the ground for more than a few minutes.
    Marvin Olasky
  • It'll come to you in a month in a plain brown wrapper with no return address.
    Gene Rayburn
  • It would be a sad situation if the wrapper were better than the meat wrapped inside it. (referring to clothing)
    Albert Einstein
  • Behold, the atheists' nightmare. Now if you study a well-made banana, you'll find, on the far side, there are three ridges. On the close side, two ridges. If you get your hand ready to grip a banana, you'll find on the far side there are three grooves, on the close side, two grooves. The banana and the hand are perfectly made, one for the other. You'll find the maker of the banana, Almighty God, has made it with a non-slip surface. It has outward indicators of inward contents — green: too early; yellow: just right; black: too late. Now if you go to the top of the banana, you'll find, as with the soda can makers have placed a tab at the top, so God has placed a tab at the top. When you pull the tab, the contents don't squirt in your face. You'll find a wrapper which is biodegradable, has perforations. Notice how gracefully it sits over the human hand. Notice it has a point at the top for ease of entry. It's just the right shape for the human mouth. It's chewy, easy to digest and its even curved toward the face to make the whole process so much easier. Seriously, Kirk, the whole of creation testifies to the genius of God's creation.
    Ray Comfort
  • The soul of a man has a series of concentric envelopes round it, like the core of an onion, or the innermost of a nest of boxes. First he has his natural garment of flesh and blood. Then, his artificial integuments, with their true skin of solid stuffs, their cuticle of lighter tissues, and their variously tinted pigments. Thirdly, his domicile, be it a single chamber or a stately mansion. And then, the whole visible world, in which Time buttons him up as in a loose outside wrapper.
    Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.

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