Fichu

A fichu is a large, square kerchief worn by women to fill in the low neckline of a bodice. It originated in the United Kingdom in the 18th century and remained popular there and in France through the 19th with many variations, as well as in the United States. The fichu was generally of linen fabric and was folded diagonally into a triangle and tie...
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Fichu

• (n.) A light cape, usually of lace, worn by women, to cover the neck and throat, and extending to the shoulders.
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fichu

noun a lightweight triangular scarf worn by a woman
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Fichu

Fich'u noun [ French, neckerchief.] A light cape, usually of lace, worn by women, to cover the neck and throat, and extending to the shoulders.
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Fichu

A fichu is a length of fabric worn around the neck and shoulders as a fill-in for a low-cut gown or dress.
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fichu

[n] - a lightweight triangular scarf worn by a woman
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