Origin of jute
Related formsjute·like, adjective
Definition for jute (2 of 2)
Related formsJut·ish, adjective
Examples from the Web for jute
Would he have been careful enough to destroy the odd pieces of jute you've left so messily about?
I figure if he just says jute enough times, it will all pass and we'll get back to the scene.
Muslim India was rich in farming, silk, and jute and from textile industry to ship building.
The remark “is totally going to lose him the Norman, Druid, Jute and Saracen vote,” one wit commented.
The bodies had been placed in jute sacks and covered with lime.
The separated fibre is then made up into bundles ready for sending to one of the jute presses.
The first process in the manufacture of jute is termed batching.
Cops may be made of any length and any suitable diameter; a common size for jute shuttle is 10 in.
A large vessel containing bales of jute is berthed on the quay-side adjoining the jute sheds in Fig. 6.
In Sleswick also we have a portion of the Jute population of Jutland.The Ethnology of Europe|Robert Gordon Latham