American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A high-grade wool fabric originally made from the wool of sheep raised in Saxony.
- n. A fine soft woolen fabric similar in weave to tweed.
- n. A woven carpet having a cut pile of dense erect tufts.
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“He wore a white favour in his button – hole, and a bran new extra super double – milled blue saxony dress coat (that was its description in the bill), with a variety of tortuous embellishments about the pockets, invented by the artist to do honour to the day.”
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“Akin Taber "kept about eleven hundred sheep, some merino and some saxony.”
“He wore a white favour in his button-hole, and a bran new extra super double-milled blue saxony dress coat (that was its description in the bill), with a variety of tortuous embellishments about the pockets, invented by the artist to do honour to the day.”
“Handing the bottle and corkscrew to Betsey, he shuffled himself into a smart new blue saxony coat with velvet collar and metal buttons, and advanced into the passage to greet the arrivers.”
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“Yup. thick, extremely soft and squishy, saxony carpet is made of cut pile.”
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