fabric (part of speech: adjective)
denim, serge, silk, Acrilan, fleece, chiffon, sateen, cheesecloth, crinoline, challis, damask, Celanese, herringbone, lame, batik, net, worsted, percale, baize, rayon, tricot, grenadine, cambric, tweed, seersucker, horsehair, burlap, gabardine, suede, felt, Orlon, bunting, 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, canvas, paisley, taffeta, alpaca, chenille, calico, quilting, gingham, twill, matting, velour, mohair, brocade, cashmere
- There she sat with her striking forehead and her quite unimportant nose, in the large austere drawing- room of the Spatts, which was so pervaded by artistic chintz that the slightest movement in it produced a crackle- and wondered why she was so much queerer than other girls could possibly be. - "The Lion's Share", E. Arnold Bennett.
- She was sitting to- day as always in her little pink and white chintz drawing- room, a bright fire burning and a canary singing in a cage beside the window. - "The Captives", Hugh Walpole.
- Daisy took off her flat and sat down on the old chintz couch, with a face of content. - "Melbourne House", Elizabeth Wetherell.