Definition of Delaines

1. Noun. (plural of delaine) ¹



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Definition of Delaines

1. delaine [n] - See also: delaine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Delaines

dekkos
dekopon
dekopons
del
del credere
delaceration
delacerations
delactation
delafossite
delafossites
delaine
delaines (current term)
delaminate
delaminated
delaminates
delaminating
delaminations
delapidate
delapidated
delapse
delapsed
delapses
delapsing
delapsion
delapsions

Literary usage of Delaines

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1. The United States Customs Guide: Being a Compilation of the Laws Relating to by Richard Salter Storrs Andros, United States, United States Dept. of the Treasury (1859)
"it being held that the term delaines was generally, if not exclusively, confined, in the language of commerce, to plain manufactures, and the articles in ..."

2. Life and Letters of Judge Thomas J. Anderson and Wife: Including a Few by James House Anderson (1904)
"Common calico sells for 550 per yard, wool delaines $1.00, common muslin 75 cents, merinos $2 to $4, commonest delaine 60 cents, kid gloves, not good, ..."

3. The Textile Colourist (1877)
"COLLECTED RECEIPTS.1" Colours for Woollen and Mixed Goods—delaines. ... Both pure woollens and delaines are prepared with tin for printing by processes ..."

4. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"The single fact that goods are used for the same purpose as delaines is not sufficient to make them goods of similar description, nor will the process of ..."

5. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William Buck Dana (1863)
"It says, " on all delaines, etc.," and " on all goods of similar description, not exceeding in value forty cents per square yard." The question now arises, ..."

6. United States Reports, Supreme Court: Cases Argued and Adjudged in the by United States Supreme Court, William T. Otto (1903)
"... the yarns being dyed or colored before weaving; that they never existed in the gray or uncolored condition, but were made as delaines are made, ..."

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