Did you mayhaps mean clique?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A cotton, silk, or rayon fabric with a raised woven pattern and a puckered or quilted look.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name in France of a disease of the leaves of the peach.
- French cloqué, past participle of cloquer, to become blistered, from cloque, blister, from Medieval Latin clocca, bell; see clock1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“There was a tower here from the earliest days when Rouen had a civic history at all, a "Ban-cloque" to call her citizens together, which is mentioned in the city charters as a symbol of her freedom.”
“A suit in floral embossed silk cloque certainly met that criterion.”
“Carolina Herrera's dour collection today of cloque silk dresses and weedy floral jacquards made me think of a domestic scene in a Thomas Mann novel.”
“Among the highlights is a haute couture cloque silk dress by Givenchy, the designer with whom Hepburn was most closely linked, which she wore to promote "Paris when it Sizzles.”
“Plunging necklines were rendered almost demure with ruffled detailing and structured hips on a dress made from floral cloque.”
“There is a divine LBD in black cloque with an empire line and boat neck (Hepburn, aware of her shortcomings, preferred to cover her skinny chest bones) worn in”
“Among the items that will be up for auction are blue cloque silk cocktail dress created by designer Hubert de Givenchy for his Autumn-Winter 1966 collection.”
“être en cloque is a very informal way to say - to be pregnant.”
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Woven, knit and tatted fabrics. Other kinds of cloth, such as tapa and chamois are not included.
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