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Origin of tweed
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Definition for tweed (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for tweed
You can wear tweeds and Wellies unapologetically, and not just if you’re an Instagram influencer.The Dig Is Just the Movie to Relieve Midwinter Cabin Fever|Stephanie Zacharek|January 29, 2021|Time
The 34-year-old designer, who grew up in Colorado, created the ocean-blue tweed coat adorned with crystals and paired with a matching dress in her New York workroom.
Emhoff, per her Instagram Stories, wore Batsheva under a sparkle-adorned tweed coat from Miu Miu.Inauguration fashion was bold, American, and even a little bit fun|Terry Nguyen|January 20, 2021|Vox
Tweed is estimated to have swindled the equivalent of $3.5 billion from New York during his time as a senator.
Or a horse and carriage, like the one driven a young man in a tweed suit and cap from yesteryear, as he gazed up at the stars.
Semi-rigged elections, and blurred lines between business and government—Beijing's wrangling would make Boss Tweed proud.
A turtleneck gray sweater—it was herringbone tweed—and a cap.
Knickers I had designed—gray tweed, gray leather gloves, gray socks.
He looks about thirty-five, has a clean-shaven intelligent face, and is dressed in a dark tweed suit.First Plays|A. A. Milne
And, after him, from the far end rose also the figure in the tweed suit, leaving Harris by himself.Three More John Silence Stories|Algernon Blackwood
She considered the embers on the stone, and then her grey eyes travelled back to the spare, tweed-clad figure beside it.
For a moment neither spoke; then Maynard acknowledged her presence by raising his tweed hat.
Berwick-on-Tweed lies partly in England and partly in Scotland, the river which runs through it forming the boundary line.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
British Dictionary definitions for tweed (1 of 2)
- a thick woollen often knobbly cloth produced originally in Scotland
- (as modifier)a tweed coat