pique

  1. tightly woven fabric with raised cords
  2. a sudden outburst of anger

Piqué

1 inlaid decoration of fragments of gold and silver in tortoiseshell or ivory boxes, fans, buttons and jewellery. Piqué was introduced in Italy in the mid-17thC. In Britain, Matthew boulton mechanised the technique during the 1760s. It was revived by art deco craftsmen in the 1920s. Piqué point is composed of tiny points of metal; piqué cloute has …...

pique

hurt the pride or self-respect stir (curiosity) 
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Pique

(pronounced pee-kay) a method of decorating tortoiseshell with fine inlay of gold or silver. Since tortoise shell is a natural thermoplastic, a fine rod of precious metal can be heated and then pressed into the shell. The rod is cut off at the surface and as the shell cools, it rehardens and grips the insert tightly. This process is repeated to for...
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pique

[n] - a sudden outburst of anger 2. [n] - tightly woven fabric with raised cords 3. [v] - cause to feel resentment or indignation
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Pique

Pique noun (Zoology) The jigger. See Jigger .
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Pique

Pique noun [ French, from piquer . See Pike .] 1. A feeling of hurt, vexation, or resentment, awakened by a social slight or injury; irritation of the feelings, as through wounded pride; stinging vexation. « Men take up piques and displeasures.» Dr. H. More...
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Pique

Pique transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Piqued ; present participle & verbal noun Piquing .] [ French piquer . See Pike .] 1. To wound the pride of; to sting; to nettle; to irritate; to fret; to offend; ...
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Pique

Pique intransitive verb To cause annoyance or irritation. 'Every ...erse hath something in it that piques .' Tatler.
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Piqué

Pi`qué' noun [ French, past participle of piquer to prick.] A cotton fabric, figured in the loom, -- used as a dress goods for women and children, and for vestings, etc.
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pique

1. A feeling of hurt, vexation, or resentment, awakened by a social slight or injury; irritation of the feelings, as through wounded pride; stinging vexation. 'Men take up piques and displeasures.' (Dr. H. More) 'Wars had arisen . . . Upon a personal pique.' (De Quincey) ... 2. Keenly felt desire; a longing. 'Though it have the pique, and long, 'Ti...
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pique

noun tightly woven fabric with raised cords
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pique

noun a sudden outburst of anger; `his temper sparked like damp firewood`
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Pique

• (v. t.) To wound the pride of; to sting; to nettle; to irritate; to fret; to offend; to excite to anger. • (n.) The jigger. See Jigger. • (v. i.) To cause annoyance or irritation. • (n.) Keenly felt desire; a longing. • (v. t.) To pride or value; -- used reflexively. • (n.) In piquet, the right of the elder hand to c...
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Pique

Stepping directly onto the point of a foot.
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pique

Piqué was introduced in Italy in the mid-17thC.
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Piqué

Piqué, or marcella, refers to a weaving style, normally used with cotton yarn, which is characterized by raised parallel cords or fine ribbing. Twilled cotton and corded cotton are close relatives. The weave is closely associated with white tie, and some accounts even say the fabric was invented specifically for this use. It holds more starch tha...
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Pique

A medium weight cotton or cotton blend fabric with a pebbly weave that looks almost like a check.
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Pique

Literally 'pricked'. A movement in which the strongly pointed toe of the lifted and extended leg sha
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Pique

Knit or woven medium weight fabric with raised dobby designs.
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pique

larded; studded
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Pique

[river] The Pique is a 33 km long river in southern France, left tributary of the Garonne. Its source is in the Pyrenees, on the north side of the Port de Venasque mountain pass. It flows generally northward, entirely within the Haute-Garonne département. It passes through the resort town Bagnères-de-Luchon and Cierp-Gaud. It flows into t...
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Pique

[play] Pique is an 1875 play produced by Augustin Daly, which had a very successful run of 237 consecutive performances in New York at the Fifth Avenue Theatre.`Pique` at the Fifth Avenue Theatre, The Aldine (Vol. 8, No. 1) (1876)[/ref] It was based in part on the Florence Marryat novel Her Lord and Master.(26 Feb. 1876). `Pique` at the Fif...
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pique

a sudden outburst of anger
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pique

a sudden outburst of anger
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