devoré

/ (dəˈvɔːreɪ) /

noun

a velvet fabric with a raised pattern created by disintegrating some of the pile with chemicals

Nearby words

  1. devonian,
  2. devonport,
  3. devonshire,
  4. devonshire cream,
  5. devonshire split,
  6. devote,
  7. devoted,
  8. devotee,
  9. devotion,
  10. devotional

Word Origin for devoré

from French, past participle of dévorer to devour

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