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point de gaze

[ French pwanduh-gahz ]
/ French pwɛ̃ də ˈgɑz /
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noun
a needlepoint lace in which delicate floral designs are sewn onto a net ground.
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Origin of point de gaze

1900–05; <French: gauze stitch
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