With these were some half-dozen Creole-Frenchmen of the poorer class of proprietaires, weavers of cottonade, or small planters.
He, too, was clad in cottonade and linen—though that was not the reason for my declining his offer.
Here you've got to have a three-ply, doubled and twisted introduction before you can smile even at cottonade.
cottonade pantaloons, stuffed into a pair of dirty boots, and a vareuse of the same stuff made up his dress.
At home there was always a clean shirt and a pair of cottonade pantaloons waiting for him, and nothing but a "Well, Jim!"
It will be a sorrowful time to me when all the tribes of the earth shall have cottonade trousers and derby hats.
cottonade—Stout cotton cloth in imitation of woolen or worsted; used for men's trousers.