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- noun Plural form of
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Azure and yellow in checkerings; orange and crimson in stripes; rose and scarlet in plaidings; and bronze tints, and beetle-tints of black and green.
Their short robes were always of bright and pleasing colors, perectly contrasting with the ripe fruit-tint of nude limbs and faces: I could discern a partiality for white stuffs with apricot-yellow stripes, for plaidings of blue and violet, and various patterns of pink and mauve.
Paisley; the cottons and other goods of Glasgow; the plaidings of
Cloths manufaftured from the above wool are fix quar - ters broad duffles; fix quarter broad blue milled cloths, at from 4S. to 10%. per yard; three quarters to yard broad leys, iarges, Ihafts, plaidings, baizes, linfey woolfeys, jefl« mies, and ftripped apron ftufts.