Kersey

• (n.) A kind of coarse, woolen cloth, usually ribbed, woven from wool of long staple.
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Kersey

[cloth] Kersey is a kind of coarse woollen cloth that was an important component of the textile trade in Medieval England. It derives its name from kersey yarn and ultimately from the village of Kersey, Suffolk, having presumably originated in that region. However the cloth was made in many places. It was being woven as early as 1262 in And...
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Kersey

Ker'sey noun ; plural Kerseys . [ Prob. from the town of Kersey in Suffolk, Eng.] A kind of coarse, woolen cloth, usually ribbed, woven from wool of long staple.
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kersey

coarse twilled woollen cloth
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kersey

coarse woollen cloth
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Kersey

Kersey is a strong coarse woollen cloth, generally ribbed, and formerly largely manufactured in Germany, France, and the North of England, for riding and hunting suits, but since the start of the 20th century chiefly used in liveries for the parts exposed to extra strain and wear.
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