Definition of Ginghams

1. Noun. (plural of gingham) ¹



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Definition of Ginghams

1. gingham [n] - See also: gingham

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ginghams

gingerlinesses
gingerly
gingerness
gingernut
gingernuts
gingerol
gingerols
gingerroot
gingerroots
gingers
gingersnap
gingersnaps
gingery
ginges
gingham
ginghams (current term)
gingili
gingili oil
gingilis
gingilli
gingillis
ginging
gingiva
gingivae
gingival
gingival abrasion
gingival abscess
gingival atrophy
gingival clamp
gingival cleft

Literary usage of Ginghams

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1. Annual Report on the Statistics of Manufactures by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1899)
"Later, the manufacture of tickings, coarse ginghams, and sheetings was ... At this time ginghams sold for 75 cents and sheetings for 50 cents per yard. ..."

2. Elementary Home Economics: First Lessons in Sewing and Textiles, Foods and by Mary Lockwood Matthews (1921)
"ginghams Gingham is a cotton fabric which needs especial study because it is ... Domestic ginghams are a cheap grade of gingham, usually woven of coarse ..."

3. The History of New Ipswich, from Its First Grant in MDCCXXXVI, to the by Frederic] [Kidder, Augustus Addison Gould (1852)
"... so that at the commencement of the war of 1812, a sort of hand-loom manufacture was carried on of ginghams, Tickings, Shirtings and other articles to a ..."

4. The industrial movement in Ireland, as illustrated by the National by John Francis Maguire (1853)
"CORK ginghams. Mr. Dominick Coakley exhibited a variety of patterns of this fabric, which lias excited considerable interest in this city, and in Dublin, ..."

5. The American Cotton Industry: A Study of Work and Workers by Thomas Young, M. (1903)
"... rates to Boston and New York—Wages at Manchester—' Unions' and ' ginghams'— A mill boarding-house—Middle-class comfort and cheap food —Lake Massabesic. ..."

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