Definition of Piece of cloth
1. Noun. A separate part consisting of fabric.
Specialized synonyms: Bib, Chamois Cloth, Dishcloth, Dishrag, Drop Cloth, Dustcloth, Duster, Dustrag, Dust Cover, Dust Sheet, End, Oddment, Remainder, Remnant, Gore, Panel, Ground Cloth, Groundsheet, Guimpe, Gusset, Inset, Handkerchief, Hankey, Hankie, Hanky, Liner, Lining, Longyi, Lungi, Lungyi, Patch, Placket, Rag, Shred, Tag, Tag End, Tatter, Canvas, Canvass, Sail, Sheet, Swatch, Towel, Train
Generic synonyms: Cloth, Fabric, Material, Textile, Piece
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Literary usage of Piece of cloth
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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General (1890)
"... by mean« of a moist piece of cloth ; but it is Glass rode or tim-s iiu-iy aim be made to vibrate longi- the other (or, as it is usually termed, ..."
2. Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, Geography by William Robertson Smith (1896)
"... a simple quadrangular piece of cloth, and generally so worn that two of the corners hung down in"front: these corners were ornamented with a " ribbon of ..."
3. Manners and customs of the ancient Egyptians: Including Their Private Life by John Gardner Wilkinson (1837)
"I have a piece of cloth, brought from Thebes by Mr. Arundel, which offers a very good instance of the coloured border mentioned by Mr. Thomson. ..."
4. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1858)
"Supposing there are to be one thousand threads in the width of u piece of cloth, the yarn as it is wound on the spools or bobbins, must be so unwound and ..."
5. The Grecian History: From the Earliest State to the Death of Alexander the Great by Oliver Goldsmith (1828)
"... immediately after which he was stoned, according to the custom of Macedonia, with some others of the conspirators. a coarse worn out piece of cloth. ..."