Other definitions for Jacquard (2 of 2)
Jo·seph Ma·rie [zhoh-zefmah-ree], /ʒoʊˈzɛf mɑˈri/, 1752–1834, French inventor.
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How to use jacquard in a sentence
Think a sari in silk crepe paired with a logoed jacquard mesh-knit shirt.
Purple pleated skirts turned sporty thanks to flap pockets; jacquard prints enlivened wide-leg trousers.
I like to travel to fabric fairs—finding that leaf jacquard for a jacket and coat for fall was not easy.
The jacquard apparatus achieved the flat patterns, and the new “Dentellière” has perfected the art.Needlework As Art | Marian Alford
jacquard looms are sometimes to be seen at fairs and expositions weaving handkerchiefs with some picture design.Textiles and Clothing | Kate Heintz Watson
American manufacturers are using the jacquard loom, a Lyonnais invention.Europe from a Motor Car | Russell Richardson
It is to jacquard that it owes its silk manufacture, and a statue of him properly graces the city.Cities of the Dawn | J. Ewing Ritchie
When you say a woman doesn't invent anything, I ask, Who invented the jacquard loom that wove every stitch you wear?Acres of Diamonds | Russell H. Conwell
British Dictionary definitions for Jacquard
Also called: Jacquard weave a fabric in which the design is incorporated into the weave instead of being printed or dyed on
Also called: Jacquard loom the loom that produces this fabric
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