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moquette

[ moh-ket ]
/ moʊˈkɛt /
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noun
a type of fabric with a thick, velvety pile, used for carpets and in upholstering.
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Origin of moquette

1755–65; <French, equivalent to moc(ade) imitation velvet + -ette-ette
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British Dictionary definitions for moquette

moquette
/ (mɒˈkɛt) /

noun
a thick velvety fabric used for carpets, upholstery, etc

Word Origin for moquette

C18: from French; of uncertain origin
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