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Origin of weft
OTHER WORDS FROM weftun·der·weft, noun
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"Not weft enough," was Barry's brief comment on the singing; the Welsh, unfamiliar with the air, had not sung.Mushroom Town|Oliver Onions
Abb, ab, n. properly woof- or weft-yarn, but sometimes warp-yarn.
Unions or fabrics consisting of a cotton warp with a worsted weft are in general treated like worsteds.
They are also used in combination with shoddy and cotton to produce weft or filling yarns for a lower quality of goods.
Mungoes of the best quality are used in the low fancy tweed trade, in both warp and weft, but chiefly in union and backed fabrics.