a light, twilled dress fabric, having a silk or cotton warp and a woolen weft.
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How to use paramatta in a sentence
The next day the paramatta weighed anchor and proceeded down the river.
The paramatta had already made more than one circuit of the compass.
The fine weather, which the paramatta had experienced so far, speedily left her.
I ain't saying as I expect any such thing will happen, on board the paramatta.
Every day are men and women to be seen in the streets of Sydney and paramatta naked as in the moment of their birth.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II | Francis Augustus Cox
British Dictionary definitions for paramatta
a lightweight twill-weave fabric of wool formerly with silk or cotton, used for dresses, etc, now used esp for rubber-proofed garments
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