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  • n. Plural form of shantung.


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  • High gloss lacquer, antique mirror and rich silk velvets and shantungs polish up the eclectic mix of furnishings.

    Drake Design Associates

  • He, A. A., in peachskin shantungs, possible, sooth to say, notwithstanding far former guiles and he gaining fish consider-able, by saving grace after avalunch, to look most prophitable out of smily skibluh eye.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Monarch Cleaners, on 111th Street, advertised stainless-steel washers, and Gordons Women's Apparel boasted of summer dresses in "silk, Bemberg sheers, linens, chambrays, pique, shantungs and more."

    Chicago Reader

  • In winter, go to the same fabrics you’d put in your wardrobe, from bright silk shantungs to flannel plaids to go with the comfort food.

    The Swell Dressed Party


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