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grogram

[ grog-ruhm ]
/ ˈgrɒg rəm /
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noun
a coarse fabric of silk, of silk and mohair or wool, or of wool, formerly in use.
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Origin of grogram

From Middle French gros grain, dating back to 1555–65. See grosgrain

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British Dictionary definitions for grogram

grogram
/ (ˈɡrɒɡrəm) /

noun
a coarse fabric of silk, wool, or silk mixed with wool or mohair, often stiffened with gum, formerly used for clothing

Word Origin for grogram

C16: from French gros grain coarse grain; see grosgrain
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