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popeline

[ pop-uh-leen, pop-uh-leen ]
/ ˈpɒp əˌlin, ˌpɒp əˈlin /
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noun
a fabric, resembling broadcloth, rep, or poplin and made with silk or rayon warp and wool filling, used in the manufacture of dress goods.
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Origin of popeline

<French: poplin
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How to use popeline in a sentence

  • Poplin or popeline is a name given to a class of goods distinguished by a rib or cord effect running width way of the piece.

    Textiles|William H. Dooley
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