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Fine knitted fabric
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Alternative clues for the word tricot
- Warp-knit fabric
- Knit fabric in lingerie and swimwear
- A knitted fabric or one resembling knitting
- Ribbed cloth for dresses
- Knitted fabric
- Underwear material
- Warp-knitted fabric
- Lingerie fabric
- Worsted fabric
- Swimwear material
- Swimsuit material
- Underwear fabric
- Activewear material
- Nylon fabric
- Twilled clothing fabric
- Swimwear fabric
- Swimsuit material, perhaps
- Nylon weave
- Knit fabric for this theme
- Knit fabric
- Fine knit
- Fabric used in suitcase liners
Word definitions for tricot in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tricot \Tri`cot"\, n. [F.] A fabric of woolen, silk, or cotton knitted, or women to resemble knitted work.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A soft, knit fabric.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
knitted fabric, 1859, from French tricot "knitting, knitted work," from tricoter "to knit," of uncertain origin, probably a variant of Old French estriquer "to smooth," from a Germanic source (such as Middle Low German striken "pass over lightly").
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a knitted fabric or one resembling knitting
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Tricot may refer to: Tricot, a type of warp knitting Tricot, Oise , a commune in France, and also a kind of dance from this region, combining andro and hanter dro dance to a melody with changing rhythmic structure. Tricot de corps, a vest (undergarment)...
Usage examples of tricot.
She thought that the setting would be just right for a sappy Tricot perfume commercial.
A banana strain could be developed that would send the nylon and the tricot boys into panic, to say nothing of the fruit shippers.
Compiegne he followed the road across the Aronde and up through Mery and Tricot into Le Cardonnois.
Awian hardier than Mist, but why would he take his ship into a storm with only a tricot shirt and denim slacks for protection?