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Stevengraph

[ stee-vuhn-graf, -grahf ]
/ ˈsti vənˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf /
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noun

a small picture woven in colored silk thread: introduced in 1879 and mass-produced on a Jacquard-type loom.

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Also Ste·vens·graph [stee-vuhnz-graf, -grahf]. /ˈsti vənzˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/.

Origin of Stevengraph

After Thomas Stevens (1828–88), English silk-weaver, who developed a mechanical technique to produce the pictures; see -graph
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British Dictionary definitions for Stevengraph

Stevengraph

Stevensgraph

/ (ˈstiːvənˌɡrɑːf) /

noun

a picture, usually small, woven in silk

Word Origin for Stevengraph

named after Thomas Stevens (1828–88), English weaver
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