Definition of Organzines

1. Noun. (plural of organzine) ¹

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Definition of Organzines

1. organzine [n] - See also: organzine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organzines

organum gustus
organum olfactus
organum spirale
organum tactus
organum triplum
organum vestibulocochleare
organum visus
organum vomeronasale
organzines (current term)

Literary usage of Organzines

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of the Year (1852)
"... Dumaine, X. organzines. Fr. Fontaine, F. Vesting and garment silks. ... Grenadine and organzines. Fr. Keith and Co. Furniture silks. ..."

2. American Silk Manufacture by William Cornelius Wyckoff (1887)
"RYLE, IMPORTER OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF ASIATIC AND EUROPEAN RAW SILK, And Dealer in Trams, organzines, Twist and Fringes in Gum, and All Varieties of Thrown ..."

3. Mass: The Art of John Harris by Ron Tiner, John Harris (1869)
"The organzines are reeled into skeins of one or two thousand yards each, ... The cost of throwing raw silk into organzines is four to five dollars per pound ..."

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