Definition of Canton crepe

1. Noun. A soft thick crinkled dress crepe; heavier than crepe de Chine.

Generic synonyms: Crape, Crepe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canton Crepe

Canterbury Tales
Canterbury bell
Canterbury bells
Canterbury gallop
Cantharellus
Cantharellus cibarius
Cantharellus cinnabarinus
Cantharellus clavatus
Cantharellus floccosus
Canticle of Canticles
Canticle of Simeon
Canticles
Canton
Canton's phosphorus
Canton River
Canton crepe (current term)
Canton flannel
Canton ginger
Cantonese
Cantonese dialect
Cantor
Cantor tube
Cantorian
Cantorianly
Cantor–Bendixson theorem
Canuck
Canuckiana
Canucks
Canute
Canute the Great

Literary usage of Canton crepe

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sunsetby Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1901)
"... DIRECT IMPORTERS OP Chinese and Japanese Silks Fancy Goods and all kinds of Canton crepe, Pongee Silk, Grau Cloth, Rice, Tea, Firecrackers, Nut Oil, ..."

2. Bulletin by Montana Historical Society, Henry E. Legler Regional Branch, Library, Chicago Public Library, Chicago West Side Historical Society (1916)
"... messaline, moire, peau de cygne, peau de soie, pongee, satin, Shantung, charmeuse, faille, Georgette crepe, Canton crepe and surah. ..."

3. The Flowery Republic by Frederick McCormick (1913)
"This is the home of Canton china, Canton crepe, ginger, and the American laundryman. Reverend Frank Li, a product of Chinatown, New York City, the respected ..."

4. The History of Norfolk, Virginina: A Review of Important Events and by Harrison W. Burton (1877)
"Miss Lucy Blacknall, very handsome canton crepe dress; diamonds and pearls. Mrs. C. Hardy, white silk, figured white satin overdress with heavy fringe, ..."

5. The History of Norfolk, Virginia: A Review of Important Events and Incidents by Harrison W. Burton (1877)
"Miss Lucy Blacknall, very handsome canton crepe dress; diamonds and pearls. Mrs. C. Hardy, white silk, figured white satin overdress with heavy fringe, ..."

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