How to use Harris Tweed in a sentence
In the novel, Langdon is described as looking like "Harrison Ford in Harris Tweed."
He bought his cap and his gown and was measured by the tailor for a coat of Harris Tweed such as everybody seemed to wear.Sinister Street, vol. 2 | Compton Mackenzie
She was a pleasant girl dressed in Harris Tweed strongly odorous from the rain.Carnival | Compton Mackenzie
She wore a coat and skirt of dark green Harris Tweed with leather collar and cuffs, and a simple sailor hat.The Soul Stealer | Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
It had all the digestibility of tripe with an added aroma of Harris Tweed.
British Dictionary definitions for Harris Tweed
trademark a loose-woven tweed made in the Outer Hebrides, esp Lewis and Harris
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