- Textiles. to reduce (waste material) to its fibrous state for reuse in textile manufacturing.
- a machine used in garnetting.
Origin of garnett
First recorded in 1885–90; after the surname Garnett
- Constance Black,1862–1946, English translator from Russian.
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Examples from the Web for garnett
All I have been able to find is a cute picture of Spears and Garnett with two comments and 30-some thumb icons of approval.The 'Mommy Blogger Murderess' Lie
June 19, 2014
As if this weren't shocking enough, Garnett went on to marry Bunny and to have four children with him.House of Cads: Growing Up Amid the Weirdness of Bloomsbury
April 10, 2014
“There are plenty of mistakes to go around, dating back 14 years ago,” Garnett said.
Garnett is one of the reasons why the case is now being looked at closer once more.
Currently running for Colorado attorney general, Garnett says the drawn-out case has exacted its toll.
Behind came hurrying Garnett with the 2d, the 4th, and the 33d.The Long Roll
Garnett, James M.; enlisted July 17, 1861; lieutenant on staff.The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson
Edward A. Moore
Garnett, a strict Calvinist, winced at the remark, but passed it over.
Councillor Garnett was perhaps the single exception to this rule of honesty.
I accuse Councillor Garnett in this matter of abusing his position as a councillor.
- Constance. 1862–1946, British translator of Russian novels
- her son, David. 1892–1981, British novelist and editor. His novels include Lady Into Fox (1922) and Aspects of Love (1955)
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