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ruching

[ roo-shing ]

noun

  1. material for making a ruche.
  2. ruches collectively.


ruching

/ ˈruːʃɪŋ /

noun

  1. material used for a ruche
  2. a ruche or ruches collectively


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Word History and Origins

Origin of ruching1

First recorded in 1860–65; ruche + -ing 1

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Example Sentences

Our ruching-boxes had to be finished that day, even though it took every moment till six or even seven o'clock.

I thought she put her hand to her throat, although the next moment she was only adjusting the ruching at her neck.

Black net thus darned is very pretty for ruching and jabots for dress-waists.

She bought a pretty ruching for Ruths collar, and a new thimble for Agnes, because Agnes was always losing her silver one.

She wears a wide ruching which makes her look excited; distributes tracts, and can't see a joke.

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