American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A sheer, stiff fabric of silk or synthetic material used for trimming, neckwear, or evening dresses.
- n. A thin, stiff, sheer fabric that is made from silk or a synthetic yarn, which resembles organdy, and is used in dressmaking.
- n. a fabric made of silk or a silklike fabric that resembles organdy
- Probably after Organzi (Urganch), a city of western Uzbekistan. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Here's one triangle background (the background is a good half inch larger than the card all around, so will be trimmed eventually) - I sprinkled the tiny triangles on top, covered it in organza and stitched some triangles (what else) on it.”
“I think you could get away with pearls easier than sparkles; I love the idea of organza, or even tule.”
“And when you need something heavy there's "Super" organza, which is wonderful wonderful stuff, but unfortunately I haven't been able to find it outside of New York.”
“The skirt is something called "organza" and according to the website, so is Sarah's dress.”
“At the Tracy Reese fashion show this weekend, the designer will be trotting out flouncy skirts in soft, crinkled silk georgettes, lightweight fabrics such as organza and cotton and lively patterns that feature massive flowers and grass blades done in pale blue, green and pinkish red.”
“Using fabrics imbued with various metals, such as organza, copper, carbon and stainless steel, they have produced conductive clothing that is still soft to the touch.”
“It was an above-the-knee number made of answer: nude-colored organza and grey and white cotton.”
“But hey, what are a few casualties next to a black knit turtleneck with a satin-faced organza tulip skirt?”
“The blooms—made from organza petals, chiffon and habotai silk—were hand-painted, hand-cut and individually applied.”
“This description of a certain woman's voice as having "the quality of organza tearing" attests to the breadth of his prose style.”
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