Definition of Flannelets
1. flannelet [n] - See also: flannelet
Lexicographical Neighbors of Flannelets
Literary usage of Flannelets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dictionary of Textiles by Louis Harmuth (1915)
"... napped cotton cloth in Paraguay; canton flannel and colored and printed flannelets in Chile. Fraser—A Highland tartan with a red ground, ..."
2. Journal of the American Asiatic Association by American Asiatic Association (1914)
"Gray goods are not much in demand and the most important lines of piece goods sold are shirting prints, solid color goods such as cotton flannelets, ..."
3. Cotton Textile Trade in Turkish Empire, Greece, and Italy by William Alexander Graham Clark (1908)
"flannelets. It has a hard and, usually, dull finish on one side, and is usually napped on the unprinted side. It is in various widths and lengths, ..."
4. Quarterly Summary of Commerce of the Philippine Islands by United States Bureau of Insular Affairs (1906)
"... but the flannelets mostly imported here are solid ... flannelets, while the heaviest kinds are only ..."
5. Bulletin by International Bureau of the American Republics (1899)
"The great bulk of these are still British, but there is a certain amount of competition in some directions, eg, American flannelets, both white and gray, ..."
6. Cotton Goods in the Balkan States by Ralph Milton Odell (1912)
"... when necessary, to accept fairly small initial orders, a satisfactory business could be done in such goods as prints, cheap ginghams, flannelets, ..."