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Meanings and phrases
- artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers; fabric; material; textile
- a piece of chamois used for washing windows or cars
- a flat woolen cap with a stiff peak; flat cap
- a covering made of cloth
- a large piece of cloth laid over the floor or furniture while a room is being painted
- a curtain that can be lowered and raised onto a stage from the flies; often used as background scenery; drop curtain; drop
- cloth covered with powdered emery
- bath linen consisting of a piece of cloth used to wash the face and body; washcloth; washrag; flannel
- a waterproofed piece of cloth spread on the ground (as under a tent) to protect from moisture; groundsheet
- a member of the clergy and a spiritual leader of the Christian Church; clergyman; reverend
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- a heavy cloth in basket weave
- a separate part consisting of fabric; piece of material
- The safseri is composed of a large piece of cloth covering the whole body.
- After a piece of cloth was woven, it still contained oil and dirt from the fleece.
- A piece of cloth, a wallet, gel, or fitted rings made of mylar are common objects.
- a thick blue cloth used to make overcoats and coats for sailors etc
- a fine cloth made from pineapple fibers
- any soft porous fabric (especially in a loose honeycomb weave)
- a fabric made to resemble suede leather; suede
- a small tablecloth
- a pile fabric (usually cotton) with uncut loops on both sides; used to make bath towels and bath robes; terry; terrycloth
- table linen consisting of a small cloth for a tray
- fabric woven of metallic wire
- It also exported grain, rice, sesame oil and cotton cloth.
- Through the early 20th century, coarse cotton cloth was the only manufacture.
- Everyone wore durable cotton cloth of black and white stripes of six by five feet.
- The radio technician, who waved a piece of white cloth, was killed.
- Following this, she descends to a club from its ceiling wrapped in a white cloth.
- To distinguish themselves, the rebels tied white cloth around their heads and waists.
- Draper (disambiguation) A draper is a cloth merchant.
- The personage depicted was possibly a cloth merchant or burgemeester.
- Richard was a cloth merchant with premises in both the City of London and Reading in Berkshire.