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  • adjective textiles woven with the most basic textile weave called plain weave.

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  • adjective (of cloth) made in plain weave

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Examples

  • Originally made of silk and worsted, poplins were plain-woven, with a fine horizontal rib, produced by using a finer warp thread than the weft.

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  • Originally made of silk and worsted, poplins were plain-woven, with a fine horizontal rib, produced by using a finer warp thread than the weft.

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  • Lightweight, plain-woven or twill silk or rayon fabric, soft, usually printed in small figures.

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  • While twill fabrics are not perfectly wrinkle resistant, they are more resistant to wrinkling than are plain-woven fabrics.

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  • While twill fabrics are not perfectly wrinkle resistant, they are more resistant to wrinkling than are plain-woven fabrics.

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  • Lightweight, plain-woven or twill silk or rayon fabric, soft, usually printed in small figures.

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  • While twill fabrics are not perfectly wrinkle resistant, they are more resistant to wrinkling than are plain-woven fabrics.

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  • Lightweight, plain-woven or twill silk or rayon fabric, soft, usually printed in small figures.

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  • Lightweight, plain-woven or twill silk or rayon fabric, soft, usually printed in small figures.

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  • While twill fabrics are not perfectly wrinkle resistant, they are more resistant to wrinkling than are plain-woven fabrics.

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