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dhurrie (plural dhurries)
- A thick, flat-woven cotton Indian rug or carpet.
- 1924, EM Forster, A Passage to India, Penguin, published 2005, page 262:
- The eye-flies had colonized the top of an almeira; the red stains on the durry were thicker, for Mohammed Latif had slept here during his imprisonment and spat a good deal […].
- 1997, Kiran Nagarkar, Cuckold, HarperCollins, published 2013, page 359:
- They were hospitable and loved company We sat on a dhurrie under the open sky.
- 2009 March 12, Julie Scelfo, “The $300 Makeover: West Village Studio”, in New York Times:
- Ms. Unger saw potential in objects that were stylish but in need of cleaning, so she took Ms. Rich’s cotton dhurrie home for a wash and spent half an hour scrubbing a flea market coffee table with Murphy Oil Soap.