cambric

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cambric (countable and uncountable, plural cambrics)

  1. A finely-woven fabric made originally from linen but often now from cotton.
    • 1851 George Dodd, Charles Knight - Knight's Cyclopædia of the industry of all nations, 1851
      Scotch cambric, now largely manufactured, is a kind of imitation cambric, made from fine hard-twisted cotton.

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