fulling definition

  • noun:
    • Baptism.
    • The process of cleaning, shrinking, and thickening fabric by moisture, temperature, and force.
    • The act of becoming full: since, the fulling of this moon.
    • the entire process of cleansing, scouring, and pushing woolen goods to felt the fibers collectively and also make the fabric stronger and harder. Additionally it is termed milling, as the cloth is scoured in a water-mill.
    • Baptism.
    • Baptism.
    • the entire process of cleansing, shrinking, and thickening fabric by dampness, temperature, and stress.
    • The act of becoming complete: since, the fulling of this moon.
    • The process of cleaning, scouring, and pressing woolen items to felt the materials collectively and also make the fabric stronger and harder. It is also called milling, because the cloth is scoured in a water-mill.
    • Baptism.
  • verb:
    • provide participle of complete. To help make fabric denser and firmer.
    • provide participle of full. To help make cloth denser and firmer.

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