or sarse·net, sars·net
Examples from the Web for sarcenet
And he saith that he hath seen the curtains of sarcenet, but how many ells they contained he knoweth not, but it was worth 40d.
Mrs. Z. did not aspire to anything fanciful, but was simply attired in a plain coloured gown made of a very few yards of sarcenet.Up the Country|Emily Eden
After the usual compliments, I gave her the two pieces of sarcenet she had commissioned me to get.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
A thin cloth cape or mantle or spencer, lined with sarcenet silk, was frequently the only covering for the shoulders.Sabbath in Puritan New England|Alice Morse Earle
"I've laid by a pretty piece of sarcenet of which to make you a capuchin," she said promptly.Audrey|Mary Johnston