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Words nearby poplin
Example sentences from the Web for poplin
The weave is similar to that of ordinary rep or poplin, being a simple round-corded effect.Textiles|William H. Dooley
She put her hand on Lucy Ann's shoulder, to give her a little shake; but, feeling mother's poplin, she forbore.
Rob, foreseeing this question, had been engaged in a hasty mental estimate of the original cost of the poplin and the silk.The Little Grey House|Marion Ames Taggart
The same may be said of valencia and poplin de laine, either with Albanese stripes on a plain ground, or a large plaid pattern.
Perhaps it was the royalty of the poplin that enwrapped her; but Lucy Ann looked very capable of holding her own.
British Dictionary definitions for poplin
- a strong fabric, usually of cotton, in plain weave with fine ribbing, used for dresses, children's wear, etc
- (as modifier)a poplin shirt