fabric (part of speech: adjective)
denim, serge, silk, Acrilan, fleece, chintz, sateen, chenille, crinoline, cheesecloth, damask, challis, herringbone, lame, batik, net, worsted, percale, baize, rayon, tricot, grenadine, canvas, tweed, seersucker, horsehair, calico, gabardine, suede, felt, Orlon, burlap, broadcloth, Dacron, crepe, gossamer, sacking sailcloth, plaid, Jersey, muslin, tulle, longcloth, sharkskin, foulard, nylon, astrakhan, corduroy, cotton, flannel, velvet, fabric, tarpaulin, madras, satin, wool, linen, oilcloth, moleskin, duffel, cashmere, paisley, taffeta, alpaca, chiffon, cambric, quilting, gingham, twill, matting, velour, mohair, brocade, Celanese
propelling (part of speech: verb)
flinging, pelting, compelling, slinging, firing, impelling, canting, precipitating, chucking, tossing, bowling, hurling, casting, catapulting, throwing, pushing, goading, thrusting, lobbing, projecting, heaving, propelling, launching, butting, flicking, driving, ramming, shoving, prodding, pitching, shunting
- They are sick who stretch a barrier of many- coloured bunting between themselves and their better feelings, lest they should see what crimes are being committed against their brothers in the beyond that they call 'the front. - "The Forerunners", Romain Rolland.
- Dignified men waved pocket- handkerchiefs at one another, and embraced in the open square: bunting flew from every flag- staff. - "Royal Highness", Thomas Mann.
- Towards the close of the afternoon, the Bunting shortened sail. - "The Boy With the U.S. Miners", Francis Rolt-Wheeler.