gabardine

  1. a firm durable fabric with a twill weave
  2. (usually in the plural) trousers

gabardine

[n] - a firm durable fabric with a twill weave
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gabardine

noun a firm durable fabric with a twill weave
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Gabardine

• (n.) Alt. of Gaberdine
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gabardine

any of several varieties of worsted, cotton, silk, and mixed tightly woven fabrics, embodying certain features in common and chiefly made into suits ...
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Gabardine

[disambiguation] Gabardine is a tough, tightly woven fabric used to make suits, overcoats, trousers and other garments. Gabardine may also refer to: ...
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Gabardine

Gabardine is a fabric particularly suited to water-proofing, composed of fine botany wool yarn warp, and cotton weft which are waterproofed before weaving. The name is also given to a raincoat with wide raglan sleeves, fastened at the centre front, sometimes belted, made from the material.
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Gabardine

Gabardine is a tough, tightly woven fabric used to make suits, overcoats, trousers, uniforms, windbreakers, and other garments. ==Etymology== The word gabardine has been used to refer to a `dress, covering` since the 1590s. It has been used to mean `closely woven cloth` since 1904. ==Fabric== The fibre used to make the fabric is traditionally ...
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Gabardine

A worsted twill weave that is wrinkle resistant. Wool gabardine is the most common and is considered year-round fabric for suits.
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Gabardine

A tough, tight, twill weave that is wrinkle resistant and features diagonal ribbing. Worsted wool (woolen yarn) is the most common fiber used, but cotton, synthetic, or blended fibers are also popular.
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Gabardine

A durable twill weave fabric with steep diagonal lines that is given a smooth finish.
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Gabardine

A worsted twill weave that is wrinkle resistant.
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Gabardine

A smooth twill weave that is wrinkle resistant. Wool gabardine is the most common and is considered year-round fabric for suits, however can be made from cotton.
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Gabardine

Gabardine is a twill weave that has a beautiful drape and is highly wrinkle resistant. While wool gabardine is the most common, gaberdine also comes in silk, cotton and rayon. It is widely used for tailored suits, trench coats, tailored jackets, tailored trousers, straight skirts or loose shirts. Styles with drape do very well in gabardine. Since g...
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Gabardine

Durable, tightly woven fabric made in a twill weave with distinct diagonal ribs and given a clean finish. Made of cotton, wool or rayon, gabardine wears extremely well. Commonly used for sportswear, suits, uniforms and raincoats.
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Gabardine

a tightly woven fabric with a fine twill (diagonal) weave on the right side of the fabric and medium body. It can be woven in wool (worsted) for year-round suiting. Durable and resists wrinkles. Also made in other natural fibers or man-made fibers. Firm weave makes shaping and easing when tailoring more of a challenge.
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Gabardine

Wrinkle resistant, tough, and tight twill weave featuring diagonal ribbing. Oftentimes made with wooled yarn.
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gabardine

closely woven cotton or wool twill
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