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foulard

[ foo-lahrd, fuh- ]
/ fuˈlɑrd, fə- /
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noun
a soft, lightweight silk, rayon, or cotton of plain or twill weave with printed design, for neckties, scarves, trimmings, etc.
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Origin of foulard

From French, dating back to 1820–30, of uncertain origin
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British Dictionary definitions for foulard

foulard
/ (fuːˈlɑːd, ˈfuːlɑː) /

noun
a soft light fabric of plain-weave or twill-weave silk or rayon, usually with a printed design
something made of this fabric, esp a scarf or handkerchief

Word Origin for foulard

C19: from French, of unknown origin
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