Definition of Cotelines
1. coteline [n] - See also: coteline
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cotelines
Literary usage of Cotelines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Silk: Its Entomology, History, & Manufacture, as Exemplified at the Royal by Thomas Wardle (1887)
"... Silk and Chenille Tapestries, Curtains and Covers, Silk Brocades, Silk Plush, cotelines, Silk and Cotton and Silk and Wool Cashmeres, ..."
2. Lex Mercatoria: Or, A Complete Code of Commercial Law; Being a General Guide by Wyndham Beawes, Joseph Chitty (1813)
"... cotelines, woollen knit stockings, and spinning of cotton throughout all the canton, which abounds in grain and pasturage. ..."
3. The Solidarity of the Industries as Illustrated by the Relations of the by John Lord Hayes (1870)
"... which supplies for our furniture all-wool and union damasks, silk cotelines and reps of tasteful designs and beautiful colors ; an industry which has ..."
4. Commercial Relations of the United States with Foreign Countries by United States Bureau of Manufactures, United States (1874)
"This was especially the case with regard to half-silk cotelines and plushes. The high price of raw silk, and the increased expense in the fabrication in ..."