Noil

Noil noun [ Prob. from Prov. English oil , ile , ail , a beard of grain (OE. eil , Anglo-Saxon egl ) combined with the indef. article, an oil becoming a noil .] A short or waste piece or knot of wool separated from the longer staple by combing; also, a...
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Noil

• (n.) A short or waste piece or knot of wool separated from the longer staple by combing; also, a similar piece or shred of waste silk.
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Noil

Noil is the short fiber left over from combing wool or spinning silk and used as a decorative additive for many spinning projects, like rovings and yarns. Silk noil is also called `raw silk`, although that is a misnomer. As noil is a relatively short fiber, fabric made from noil is weaker and considered less valuable. The plural noils is also us.....
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Noil

The short and tangled fibers which are separated from the long fibers, known as top, on a worsted comb.
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Noil

Short or tangled fibers which are removed from other staple fibers in the carding process; or a yarn spun with or from noils or a fabric woven from such a yarn.
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noil

The short and tangled fibers which are separated from the long fibers, known as top, on a worsted comb.
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