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cottonade

[ kot-n-eyd ]
/ ˌkɒt nˈeɪd /
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noun
a heavy, coarse fabric made of cotton or mixed fibers and often resembling wool, used in the manufacture of work clothes.
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Origin of cottonade

From the French word cotonnade, dating back to 1795–1805. See cotton, -ade1
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British Dictionary definitions for cottonade

cottonade
/ (ˌkɒtəˈneɪd) /

noun
a coarse fabric of cotton or mixed fibres, used for work clothes, etc

Word Origin for cottonade

C19: from French cotonnade, from coton cotton + -ade
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