Origin of jute
OTHER WORDS FROM jutejutelike, adjective
Words nearby jute
Other definitions for jute (2 of 2)
OTHER WORDS FROM JuteJutish, adjective
How to use jute in a sentence
However, it should be noted that as the plants grow, they can outgrow the jute bags, at which point the grower will need to get a set of pots and transplant the herbs for continued growth.
I figure if he just says jute enough times, it will all pass and we'll get back to the scene.
Would he have been careful enough to destroy the odd pieces of jute you've left so messily about?
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.
A mattress—a common jute bag stuffed with straw—and a blanket of thin shoddy came first.The Viking Blood|Frederick William Wallace
The common jute comes principally from the province of Bengal, India, where it was first known to science in 1725.
Jute occupies third position in importance of vegetable fibers in the manufacturing scale, being inferior to cotton and flax.
Jute fibre is obtained from two varieties of plants which appear to differ only in the shape of the fruit or seed vessel.
After these assorting operations are completed, the jute fibre is made up into bundles or "bojahs" of 200 lbs.