- A coarse damask.
- Lower Northern U.S. A stone little enough to put from a field being cleared.
- A coarse kind of damask, initially made at Tournay (in Flemish, Doornick), Belgium, and employed for hangings, carpets, etc. In addition, a stout figured linen stated in Scotland.
- A stout linen fabric, particularly a damask linen having an easy diaper design, previously much utilized for chapel vestments, altar-hangings, etc.
- Linsey-woolsey: in this feeling
- A pebble or cobblestone; any little fragment of stone.
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