- a fabric of mixed fibers, constructed in plain weave and often heavily glazed, used in the manufacture of linings and undergarments.
Origin of tammy1
- a female given name.
Examples from the Web for tammy
Contemporary Examples of tammy
Tammy is what happens when you make Bridesmaids, but forget to include the jokes.
Melissa McCarthy wrote Tammy, she co-produced it, and she starred.
She's also one of the first female combat veterans in the House or Senate, alongside Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth.10 Religious Surprises in the US Congress
March 9, 2014
Both parents were professionals; his mother, Tammy T. Wilson, is a legal nurse consultant.Russell Wilson Should Win MVP (and the Super Bowl)
January 11, 2014
Tammy Baldwin (D-WI, U.S. Senate) Current The Senate welcomed its first openly gay senator this year, Tammy Baldwin.History’s Progressive Gay Politicians that Paved the Way for Mike Michaud
November 5, 2013
Historical Examples of tammy
When he dropped at last on Auld Jock's grave Tammy captured him.
Tammy ventured the opinion that it might be some kind of a cart for lame laddies to ride in.
"Five shullin's, ninepence, an' a ha'penny," Tammy announced.
Tell this gentleman, Tammy, about the peat fires you light on the Heogue.Viking Boys
Jessie Margaret Edmondston Saxby
Tammy Carlisle was born and reared not many miles from here.The Day of Judgment
- a glazed woollen or mixed fabric, used for linings, undergarments, etc
Word Origin for tammy
- another word for tam-o'-shanter
- Also called: tammy cloth, tamis (esp formerly) a rough-textured woollen cloth used for straining sauces, soups, etc
- (tr) (esp formerly) to strain (sauce, soup, etc) through a tammy