Definition of Ruching

1. n. A ruche, or ruches collectively.



Definition of Ruching

1. Noun. Ruche. ¹

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Definition of Ruching

1. a ruche [n -S] - See also: ruche

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ruching

ruby spots
ruby wedding
ruby wood
rubying
rubylike
rubytail
rubytails
rubythroat
rubythroats
rubywood
ruc
rucervine
ruche
ruched
ruches
ruching (current term)
ruchings
ruck
ruck rover
ruck rovers
ruck up
rucked
rucked up
rucking
ruckle
ruckled
ruckles
rucklidgeite
ruckling
ruckman

Literary usage of Ruching

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1. New Ideas for Work and Play: What a Girl Can Make and Do by Lina Beard, Adelia Belle Beard (1902)
"524- shining silver hanging in delicate, graceful festoons. Another effective trimming made of tin-foil is in the form of Fringe ruching. Fig. 5>5. ..."

2. Household Elegancies: Suggestions in Household Art and Tasteful Home Decorations by C S Jones, Henry T. Williams (1877)
"The cover is edged with a ruching and decorated with two bows; a ruching also surrounds the lower edge of the basket. A small purple China button and loop ..."

3. The Home Needle by Ella Rodman Church (1882)
"This ruching would be less troublesome to make if wide footing is used in ... The ruching is made in double box- plaits—for which three times the length is ..."

4. Wagner and His Works: The Story of His Life, with Critical Comments by Henry Theophilus Finck (1893)
"Then put on extra — not sown on to the quilted material — a padded ruching all round of the same material; from the waist the ruching must extend downwards ..."

5. The Musical World (1877)
"Lined with light satin ; six widths at the bottom, therefore very wide. Then put on extra, not sewn on to the quilted material—a padded ruching all round of ..."

6. The First Steps in Number by George Albert Wentworth, E. M. Reed (1898)
"Some silk, some ribbon, and some ruching together cost thirty-six cents. The silk and the ribbon cost ... (ruching 12 cents, ribbon 6 cents, silk 18 cents. ..."

7. Godey's Magazine by Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (1896)
"... and a shirred length of ('cru satin introduced ; a black silk ruching finishes the foot ; the bands on the waist are of écru satin bordered with ruching ..."

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