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n. A thick, flat-woven cotton Indian rug or carpet.


A dhurrie (also durrie or durry) is a thick flat-woven rug or carpet used traditionally in India as floor-coverings.

The concept of dhurrie is different from a rug or carpet, but since the dhurries serve the same purpose as carpet or rugs they can be described as one.

Usage examples of "dhurrie".

Lamps made out of Chianti bottles, ashtrays stolen from some lesser-known restaurants around town, and a bad imitation -of an Indian dhurrie in muddy colors.

A dark pool stained an area the size of a basketball on the dhurrie rug below her legs.

Magazines, a crystal ashtray, several art deco bowls and a flower vase were strewn over the dhurrie rug.

A thick carpeting of palas trees gave the north bank a rich red texture, like the intricate, dense weave of the deep-pile Gandahari dhurries his mother loved to collect.