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tricotine

[ trik-uh-teen, tree-kuh- ]
/ ˌtrɪk əˈtin, ˈtri kə- /
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noun
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Origin of tricotine

1895–1900; <French, equivalent to tricottricot + -ine-ine1
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How to use tricotine in a sentence

  • Good taste is undeniably evident in the simple, one-piece business dress of navy blue serge or tricotine.

    Book of Etiquette, Volume 2|Lillian Eichler Watson

British Dictionary definitions for tricotine

tricotine
/ (ˌtrɪkəˈtiːn, ˌtriː-) /

noun
a twill-weave woollen fabric resembling gabardine

Word Origin for tricotine

C20: from French; see tricot
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