satin

[n] - a smooth fabric of silk or rayon
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Satin

A mid-sheen paint, higher than matt but lower than gloss.
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satin

Very smooth, usually shiny, warp-faced woven textile. It can be made from any fibre; the degree of lustre depends on the fibre and the length of each warp float passing over the weft. Satins have...
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Satin

Cloth made of silk threads or other material, made shiny by being passed through heavy rollers. Satin is used for dresses, coats, curtains and sometimes upholstery. The reverse, duller side of the fabric is known as sateen. Where satin and sateen are combined to form a pattern, the fabric is known as a damask. Satinet is an imitation satin mixed wi
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Satin

Sat'in noun [ French satin (cf. Portuguese setim ), from Italian setino , from seta silk, Latin saeta , seta , a thick, stiff hair, a bristle; or possibly ultimately of Chinese origin; confer Chin. sz-tün , sz- twan . Confer Sateen .]
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satin

A silk cloth, of a thick, close texture, and overshot woof, which has a glossy surface. 'Cloths of gold and satins rich of hue.' (Chaucer) Denmark satin, a kind of lasting; a stout worsted stuff, woven with a satin twill, used for women's shoes. Farmer's satin. See Farmer. ... <zoology> Satin bird, an Australian bower bird. Called also satin
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satin

noun a smooth fabric of silk or rayon; has a glossy face and a dull back
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Satin

• (n.) A silk cloth, of a thick, close texture, and overshot woof, which has a glossy surface.
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satin

any fabric constructed by the satin weave method, one of the three basic textile weaves. The fabric is characterized by a smooth surface and usually ... [2 related articles]
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Satin

Sat In is a French girl name. The meaning of the name is `Smooth Fabric ` The name Sat In doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Sat In seems to be unique!
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Satin

Satin (ən) is a weave that typically has a glossy surface and a dull back. It is a warp-dominated weaving technique that forms a minimum number of interlacings in a fabric. If a fabric is formed with a satin weave using filament fibres such as silk, nylon, or polyester, the corresponding fabric is termed a satin, although some definitions insist
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satin

One of the three fundamental weaves, in which the face of the fabric is formed completely of smooth fibers running in the warp or filling of a fabric, resulting in a glossy surface. Satin drapes well and is most often used in apparel.See also plain weave, twill.
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Satin

A particular type of shiny, woven fabric that has a soft feel.
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satin

satin, lustrous silk in which the filling is so arranged as to bind the warp as seldom as possible and so spaced that practically nothing shows but the warp. Satin was first woven by the ancient silk weavers of China and was greatly desired by early Greeks and Romans. In the Middle Ages satin, known...
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Satin

Satin is slang for gin.
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Satin

Satin is slang for gin.
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Satin

Satin is a fabric made from silk or similar yarn, with a glossy surface on one side produced by a twill weave in which weft-threads are almost hidden by the warp.
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satin

Cloth made of silk threads or other material, made shiny by being passed through heavy rollers. Satin is used for dresses, coats, curtains and sometimes upholstery. The reverse, duller side of the fabric is known as sateen. Where satin and sateen are combined to form a pattern, the fabric is known as a damask. Satinet is an imitation satin mixed wi
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Satin

is a non-shiny, but smooth colour formula.
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Satin

With a lustrous, shiny surface, drapability depends on fiber content. Silk and rayon satins have the best stitch results.
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Satin

A smooth lustrous, shiny fabric with a dull back that has a superb drape and sheen. It is characterized by a weaving technique that forms a minimum number of interlacings in a fabric. Satin differs from sateen in that it is woven using filament fibers such as silk or nylon whereas sateens are woven using short-staple fibers like cotton.
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Satin

A weave in which the warp yarns float over 4 or more weft yarns before passing under one; or the fabric produced with this weave.
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Satin

With a lustrous, shiny surface, drapability depends on fiber content. Silk and rayon satins have the best stitch results.
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Satin

Woven with a satin weave structure were the warp yarns are floated over the weft yarns usually made from silk, giving the fabric a lustrous, shiny surface, with good drapability depends on fibre content.
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Satin

While all satins have a sheen, satins of different fiber content differ in drapability, appearance and stitch performance. Rayon is the drapiest silk, silk is the next, and polyester the least. Satin is most often used for bridal or dressy-occasion garments. It is also suitable for blouses, full dresses and coat linings.
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