Origin of ruche
Examples from the Web for ruched
It was figure-hugging with ruched sides and a deep neckline, and like Ryan, Biden accessorized with a big brooch.Janna Ryan and Jill Biden's Style At The Vice Presidential Debates 2012|Isabel Wilkinson|October 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Her office dress, slit at the bottom and displaying at this moment a neat ankle, was ruched about the neck and sleeves.Little Lost Sister|Virginia Brooks
British Dictionary definitions for ruched
Word Origin for ruche
Word Origin and History for ruched
"frill," 1827, from French ruche, literally "beehive" (13c.), of Celtic origin (cf. Breton rusken), from Proto-Celtic *rusca "bark." Related: Ruched; ruching.