noun (often initial capital letter)
Origin of jacquard
Examples from the Web for jacquard
Contemporary Examples of jacquard
Purple pleated skirts turned sporty thanks to flap pockets; jacquard prints enlivened wide-leg trousers.Paris’s Fashion Finale
October 6, 2011
Historical Examples of jacquard
Instead of diminishing employment, the Jacquard loom increased it at least tenfold.Self-Help
France has a right to exemplify the Jacquard in its fulness, for it is hers.
Jacquard enjoyed the reputation of a virtuoso-trained player.The Violoncello and Its History
Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski
American manufacturers are using the Jacquard loom, a Lyonnais invention.Europe from a Motor Car
"Yes, but you must give me time to make it," replied Jacquard.Triumphs of Invention and Discovery in Art and Science
J. Hamilton Fyfe
Word Origin for Jacquard
1841, from Joseph Marie Jacquard (1752-1834) of Lyons, inventor of new weaving technology c.1800.