fabric (part of speech: adjective)
damask, seersucker, sharkskin, Acrilan, flannel, chiffon, sacking sailcloth, cheesecloth, crepe, challis, Dacron, Celanese, grenadine, Jersey, batik, muslin, worsted, paisley, baize, quilting, tricot, gossamer, cambric, tweed, satin, herringbone, burlap, foulard, silk, fabric, oilcloth, bunting, broadcloth, crinoline, cotton, gingham, rayon, percale, horsehair, moleskin, tulle, linen, serge, fleece, net, astrakhan, chintz, corduroy, felt, velvet, duffel, tarpaulin, longcloth, sateen, wool, lame, nylon, mohair, denim, canvas, Orlon, suede, alpaca, chenille, calico, plaid, gabardine, twill, madras, velour, matting, brocade, cashmere
- This man was short and slight, was dressed in well- made cloth clothes; his hair was held in at the nape of the next in a modish manner with a black taffeta bow. - "The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel", Baroness Orczy.
- At that minute the noble black- taffeta deed felt foolish, but at the next minute I thanked my lucky stars for it. - "The Melting of Molly", Maria Thompson Daviess.
- In 1648, Kathryne Hunlock lists supplies she had sent to her daughter: eight yards of snuff colored silk mohair, an ell of taffeta, silver lace, four pairs of gloves, thread, hose, two taffeta hoods and two lace hoods with taffeta handkerchiefs, four pairs of shoes, one hundred needles, 5000 pins and " one green scarf for your husband." - "Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century Jamestown 350th Anniversary Historical Booklet Number 17", Annie Lash Jester.