Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • See Kashmir.

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  • proper n. Archaic spelling of Kashmir.
  • proper n. A breed of goat raised for its hair, Capra hircus.

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  • They had one for a couple of months in Cashmere Wright, a small-school star from Savannah, Ga.

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  • Tom Rothrock — 25, born in Cashmere, Wash.; member of '02 Olympic team; competed mostly in Europa Cup and Nor Am races during the 2001 season, is superstitious in that he puts his boots on the wrong feet when he warms up.

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  • * Ralph Lauren Black Label Cashmere Slim Fit Crewneck Sweater $400

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  • Then he abode in Cashmere of India forty days, till he had ordered the affairs of the country and cast down the shrines and temples of the Fire and built in their stead mosques and cathedrals, whilst Ra’ad Shah made ready for him rarities and treasures beyond count and despatched them to

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • More bad on the way: Clarissa, aka "Cashmere," 27, a cheery, seemingly well-adjusted office worker who attempts to sing Mariah Carey's "Always Be My Baby," without any knowledge of the words or sense of tone.

    The X Factor Episode: "Auditions No. 4"

  • We now come to the third group of forms -- the so-called Cashmere pattern, or

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 460, October 25, 1884

  • Therefore they send it to a country the other side of the Himalaya mountains, called Cashmere; and there it is woven into the most beautiful shawls in all the world.

    Far Off

  • _Hast-caunk-gaut_, on the top of which is a fine plain, after which is twelve coss through a goodly country to Cashmere, which is a strong city on the river Bebut, otherwise called the Ihylum, or Collumma.

    A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 08

  • Northwest attendants, who joined Anderson, Delta attendants and airline executives Thursday for a wine tasting event in downtown Minneapolis, sampled the new wines they'll soon be serving, including a new red wine from a Sonoma, Calif., winery called Cashmere that Robinson described as "velvety and rich."

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  • "Cashmere" is cold and impersonal, and its characters are hard to like.

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