Definition of Cretonnes
1. cretonne [n] - See also: cretonne
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cretonnes
Literary usage of Cretonnes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Art in Industry by Charles Russell Richards (1922)
"PROVISIONS FOR TRAINING DESIGNERS FOR PRINTED SILKS, PRINTED COTTONS, AND cretonnes SUGGESTED FOR NEW YORK CITY As has been pointed out in the studies of ..."
2. The Health Exhibition Literature (1884)
"Two specimens of cretonnes. Designed by Charles A. Brindley, ... Specimens of cretonnes and Printed Fabrics for Dresses. Designed by WJ Muckley, ..."
3. Treaties and Agreements with and Concerning China, 1894-1919: A Collection by John Van Antwerp MacMurray (1921)
"Cotton Piece Goods, Printed—continued :— Printed Oatmeal Crapes and Oatmeal Crape cretonnes, not over 32 ins. by 30 yds Printed Cotton Crape. See No. 27. ..."
4. Modern Junior Mathematics by Marie Gugle (1920)
"... 36 inches wide, yard 500 $1.50 Silk Finished Drapery, for overhanging $1.00 $1.25 Colored Madras, for overhanging, yard 890 750 cretonnes, wide range of ..."
5. The Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry by Society of Chemical Industry (1884)
"I have also a selection of very fine cretonnes mostly from Weiss- Fries, in Mulhouse. These cretonnes are done partly with machine and partly with block, ..."