Noun(1) a densely textured woolen fabric with a lustrous finish(2) a closely woven silk or synthetic fabric with a narrow crosswise rib
(1) Outdoors, the Indian Traders Market occupied a circus-type tent where more than 200 merchants sold everything from broadcloth to Zuni fetishes.(2) She looked up from the blue broadcloth she had spotted out of the corner of her eye.(3) The dress was a thick black cotton, and the tunic a deep scarlet broadcloth .(4) his green broadcloth jacket(5) Briton John Russell wrote that Hirschfeld ├ö├ç├┐can make us tell tweed from broadcloth , mink from sable, and a clip-on bow tie from one that is made by hand.├ö├ç├û(6) The Border region's involvement led to the creation of a new fashion of fancy woolens and tweeds, which were preferred by consumers over broadcloth .(7) Rolled-hem feet are designed for fine to mediumweight fabrics such as cotton batiste, broadcloth and handkerchief linen.(8) London exported more wool broadcloth than Exeter, Southampton, Hull and Bristol added together.(9) Between 1620 and 1700 sailings averaged eight ships a year, mainly laden with broadcloth , iron and silver on the outward half of the eighteen-month round trip, and with pepper on the return journey.(10) Still, Reece is a poet and a clerk, as much at home now with pinpoint and broadcloth as with the meter and rhyme.(11) By 1830 they seem to have other occupations, and Josiah was manufacturing broadcloth .(12) Ben had risen before her and was already shaved and resplendently dressed in silver grey broadcloth with matching waistcoat, white shirt and black ribbon tie.(13) Described as ├ö├ç├┐a model of affability and dignity├ö├ç┬¬ remarkable for his fine form and manly beauty,├ö├ç├û he was something of a dandy whose favorite overcoat was made of sable skins lined with scarlet broadcloth .(14) He was richly dressed in the finest of broadcloth and the whitest of linen, with a great gold watch-chain, and studs and spectacles of the same precious material.(15) Once the shirt went away, all of the mills that made fine broadcloth shirting fabric disappeared.(16) They worked at the many machines powered by turning waterwheels in the factory basements, producing sheetings, calicoes, broadcloths , carpets, and rugs for a growing market.
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