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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tricotine
Literary usage of Tricotine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mail Facilities Required at New York City (1921)
"We are not putting on the market for the retailer a suit for $16.50 made of tricotine and trimmed with silk, and everybody selling the same thing. ..."
2. Advertising, Selling the Consumer by John Lee Mahin (1914)
"Among them are Corsets of openwork material, plain and figured batiste and ali-over embroidery; also of extremely light-weight tricot and tricotine. ..."
3. Tariff ... Hearing[s] ... on H.R. 7456 by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance (1921)
"... poplin for women's wear 56 ' Fine tricotine for women's wear SB ... twill for women's wear 55 i Fine tricotine for women's wear 66 do . ..."
4. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1921)
"Compare similar materials, as albatross, challis, cashmere, or serge, cheviot, tricotine. Study wool and cotton mixtures: If an example of this kind is ..."
5. The Annals of Philosophy by Richard Phillips, E W Brayley (1822)
"I should not be surprised, however, judging from the smell, and its being separable from water by evaporation, if it were found to contain •tricotine in ..."
6. Dictionary of Textiles by Louis Harmuth (1915)
"tricotine—Silk fabric made with black filling and small patterns. Trina—First name used in Italy for laces. Trinidad—Variety of raw cotton from the West ..."
7. Truly Rural by Richardson Little Wright (1922)
"Things like this —• This doth contain, Much to my soul's wonder and her amazement, None else than The relic of last winter's purple tricotine skirt And ..."