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Fabrikoid

[ fab-ri-koid ]
/ ˈfæb rɪˌkɔɪd /
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Trademark.
a brand of waterproof fabric having a cloth foundation and a pyroxylin surface, used especially as a substitute for leather in bookbindings, upholstery, etc.
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How to use Fabrikoid in a sentence

  • Then Sam was shown his room in the attic, where he could unpack his fabrikoid suit-case and don his farm-clothes.

    Natalie: A Garden Scout|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • This disadvantage no longer exists in the case of fabrikoid.

    Library Bookbinding|Arthur Low Bailey
  • Keratol and fabrikoid are made to imitate leather and are frankly sold as such.

    Library Bookbinding|Arthur Low Bailey

British Dictionary definitions for Fabrikoid

Fabrikoid
/ (ˈfæbrɪˌkɔɪd) /

noun
trademark a waterproof fabric made of cloth coated with pyroxylin
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