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- n. Plural form of cambrick.
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French laces, cambricks, linen, and other valuable goods; which she has a way of coming at duty-free; and has a great vend for them
All the cloaths coarse and fine, bed and table linen, lawns, cambricks and muslins, chints, checks, all are promiscuously thrown into a copper with a quantity of water and a large piece of soap.
Bounties were given on British linen cloth exported; while the making of cambricks was promoted, partly by prohibiting the foreign and partly by giving fresh incentives, though without success, to the manufacture of cambricks within our island.