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gab·ar·dine

[ˈɡabərˌdēn] ✕ Play

NOUN

gabardines (plural noun)

  - a smooth, durable twill-woven cloth, typically of worsted or cotton.

  - a raincoat made of gabardine.

  - a loose long upper garment, worn particularly by Jewish men.


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  1. What is another word for gabardine?
    Define gabardine. gabardine synonyms, gabardine pronunciation, gabardine translation, English dictionary definition of gabardine. n. 1. A sturdy, tightly woven fabric of cotton, wool, or rayon twill. Also called gaberdine . 2. See gaberdine . 3. Chiefly British A laborer's long loose... Gabardine - definition of gabardine by The Free Dictionary
  2. What is the meaning of Gaberdine?
    Definition of gaberdine. 1 : a long loose outer garment worn in medieval times and associated especially with Jews since the 16th century. 2 : gabardine sense 2.
  3. What is gabardine fabric?
    Gabardine. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Tough, tightly woven fabric used to make suits, trousers and some other garments. This article is about the twill-woven fabric. For the garment, see Gaberdine. For the rock band, see Gabardine (band).
  4. What is a gaberdine coat?
    gabardine - a loose coverall (coat or frock) reaching down to the ankles. dust coat, gaberdine, smock, duster. coverall - a loose-fitting protective garment that is worn over other clothing.

"Gabardines" Example Sentences

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Century-old textile firm Harrisons of Burley is going strong today

They make a variety of cloths from fine worsted to tweeds and coatings, gabardines and mohairs. Over the years the firm has clothed many high-profile and famous people including the Emir Of Kuwait ...

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When the Living Is Easy

In the fancy pants line, fine sheen gabardines and chinos prevail. To top them off corduroy shirt-jackets are the newest. Sport blouses with drawstring waists and cowl neck are another headliner.

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Ohr Torah on the Parsha: "Louder!" the Rebbe Said

And so, one summer morning in 1952 on the Shabbat of Ki Tavo I set out from my home on Hart Street to the world of black gabardines and round fur hats, eager for the opportunity to be in the ...

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Hell in the gabardines

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