lockram definition

  • noun:
    • a form of harsh textile from Brittany
    • some sort of linen cloth anciently used in The united kingdomt, initially brought in from Brittany.
    • some sort of linen, frequently of a coarse and cheap type.
    • Nonsense; gibberish.
  • others:
    • Of lockram.
    • Talking gibberish.

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