crinoline

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French crinoline.

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crinoline (countable and uncountable, plural crinolines)

  1. A stiff fabric made from cotton and horsehair.
  2. A stiff petticoat made from this fabric.
  3. A skirt stiffened with hoops.
  4. Any of the hoops making up the framework used to support cladding over a boiler.
  5. Netting placed around ships to guard against torpedoes.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin crinis (hair) + linum (flax)

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Noun[edit]

crinoline f (plural crinolines)

  1. crinoline

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Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

crinoline f

  1. plural of crinolina

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