a soft, lightweight, drapable fabric of silk or synthetic fibers, having a semilustrous satin face and a dull back.
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How to use charmeuse in a sentence
As her website boasts, the collection features “silk charmeuse, chiffon, and stretch wovens.”From ‘The Hills’ to Over the Hill: Lauren Conrad’s Premature Aging | Anna Klassen | September 24, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
She strolled back to the house and joined Lydia who was looking radiantly beautiful in a new dress of silver grey charmeuse.The Angel of Terror | Edgar Wallace
I believe our charmeuse, ninons and crêpe-de-Chines to be unrivalled in town, Sir.
Sir Richmond produced the Michelin maps which he had taken out of the pockets of the little charmeuse.The Secret Places of the Heart | H. G. Wells
Suddenly her features resumed their usual expression—nay, more, it was the face of the grande charmeuse.A German Pompadour | Marie Hay
But in its effect on the shopper's nerves, charmeuse is even worse than ponge.Post-Impressions | Simeon Strunsky
British Dictionary definitions for Charmeuse
trademark a lightweight fabric with a satin-like finish
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