Definition of Kerseymere

1. n. See Cassimere.



Definition of Kerseymere

1. Noun. (obsolete spelling of cashmere) ¹

2. Noun. (alternative spelling of cassimere) ¹

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Definition of Kerseymere

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kerseymere

kerosines
kerotakis
kerotherapy
kerplop
kerplops
kerplunk
kerplunked
kerplunking
kerplunks
kerpow
kerria
kerrias
kerries
kerry
kersey
kerseymere (current term)
kerseymeres
kerseys
kerslap
kerslop
kersplat
kersplosh
kertyschoo
kerugma
kerugmata
kerve
kerved
kerver
kervers
kerves

Literary usage of Kerseymere

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1. The Law of Pleading and Evidence in Civil Actions: Arranged Alphabetically by John Simcoe Saunders (1844)
"&c., delivered to the said deft. divers large quantities, to wit, fifty pieces of cloth and five hundred pieces of kerseymere, of the said pit., ..."

2. Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical & Critical. Printed by Thomas Dolby, George Damiel, D. G., G. D., John Cumberland (1827)
"A black half-trimmed coat, plain gilt buttons, black kerseymere waistcoat ... Mixed short great-coat, trimmed with black, light drab kerseymere pantaloons ..."

3. Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical and Critical by John Cumberland (1827)
"VINCENT TEMPLETON—Drab kerseymere coat, light striped waistcoat, ... Mixed short great-coat, trimmed with black, light drab kerseymere pantaloons, ..."

4. The Dictionary of Trade Products, Manufacturing, and Technical Terms: With a by Peter Lund Simmonds (1858)
"... kerseymere, a thin fabric generally woven plain from the finest wools, and made chiefly in the West of England. ..."

5. The Book of Knowledge: Or Interesting Facts in Astronomy, Chemistry, Geology edited by Cotesworth Pinckney (1851)
"... THE WORDS WORSTED, kerseymere, LINSEY-WOLSEY, &C. WHILE Edward III, in 1337, repeated his invasion of Scotland, and ravaged the country with great fury, ..."

6. Bulletins and Other State Intelligence Compiled and Arranged from the (1817)
"... Bloomsbury, and was in the habit of wearing a black coat buttoned, kerseymere breeches, and long gaiters. FROM TH* LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 28-, 1817. ..."

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