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handwoven

[ hand-woh-vuhn ]

adjective

  1. made on a handloom; handloomed.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of handwoven1

First recorded in 1875–80; hand + woven

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Example Sentences

This ultra-thin cashmere throw blanket is made of fine, dry-clean-only handwoven herringbone cashmere from Nepal.

I’m a sucker for aesthetics, and I love the way this mat, handwoven with hemp and nontoxic foam—looks like a piece of home decor.

It is an ancient custom for the Indians to wash the handwoven linen vestments, a custom they still observe.

His mother, proud of the product of her looms, set out in array his wedding robes, handwoven by herself.

The fernery was flanked by two other handwoven baskets of sweet-grass.

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