dimity definition

  • noun:
    • A sheer, sharp cotton material with raised woven stripes or inspections, used mainly for curtains and outfits.
    • A sheer, sharp cotton textile with raised woven stripes or inspections, utilized chiefly for curtains and outfits.
    • A cotton material used by hangings and furnishings coverings, and formerly utilized for ladies under-garments. Its of many patterns, both simple and twilled, and occasionally is imprinted in colors.
    • A cotton fabric useful for hangings and furniture coverings, and previously employed for ladies under-garments. Its of several patterns, both ordinary and twilled, and periodically is printed in colors.
    • pl. dimities (-tiz).
    • pl. dimities (-tiz).
    • A stout cotton fabric ornamented when you look at the loom with raised stripes or fancy figures, and in most cases used undyed for sleep and bedroom furniture. Habits are now and again imprinted upon it in colors.
    • A thin cotton fiber fabric, either white or coloured, resembling muslin, distinguished by raised threads or cords which run lengthwise for the cloth.
    • a solid cotton fiber material with an increasing design; used for bedcovers and curtains
    • A stout cotton fiber material ornamented inside loom with raised stripes or elegant figures, and in most cases employed undyed for sleep and bedroom accessories. Habits are now and again imprinted upon it in colors.
    • A thin cotton fiber textile, either white or coloured, resembling muslin, distinguished by raised threads or cords which operate lengthwise for the cloth.
    • a good cotton fabric with an increasing structure; employed for bedcovers and curtains

Related Sources

  • Sentence for "dimity"
  • Cross Reference for "dimity"
  • Same Context for "dimity"
  • Urban Dictionary for "dimity"
    • A wonderful, smart person. Some one…
    • View More
161 votes

How would you define dimity?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!