Origin of batiste
Words nearby batiste
How to use batiste in a sentence
Jazz pianist Jon Batiste began his set in New York City this past week with an extended version of “The Entertainer.”
Batiste does not believe that entertainment is at odds with musical proficiency.
Batiste is from New Orleans, and his heritage informs both his music and his performance style.
On this night, because of the setup on the small stage, Batiste also played with his back to the crowd.
Batiste deeply admires Armstrong the entertainer, but knows it took more than a winning smile for his music endure.
The material was soft silky batiste of the quality Phœbe liked.Patchwork|Anna Balmer Myers
Batiste is of French origin, and is a light, transparent cloth, made from a fine quality of combed cotton yarn.
Long cloth to some extent resembles batiste, fine muslins, India linen, and cambric.
Her short sleeves, richly trimmed with batiste, are fastened by intertwining gold cords.'Midst the Wild Carpathians|Mr Jkai
Etamine—A light woolen cloth similar to batiste and nun's cloth, used for women's and children's wear.Textiles and Clothing|Kate Heintz Watson