- a soft, lusterless silk or rayon tie fabric, often made with a faint stripe effect.
Origin of charvet
named after the French firm
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Examples from the Web for charvet
She attended the meetings in Lebigre's wine-shop along with Charvet, with whom she lived.A Zola Dictionary
J. G. Patterson
"But it's Charvet who must be getting bored," he said presently.
Charvet, however, now made his appearance, followed by Clemence.
Gavard now presented Florent to the company, but more especially to Charvet.
Charvet told her, with a strained laugh, that she was no longer a millionaire.