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, tarpaulin, gossamer, cambric, tweed, satin, herringbone, burlap, foulard, silk, fabric, oilcloth, bunting, broadcloth, crinoline, cotton, gingham, rayon, percale, horsehair, moleskin, tricot, linen, serge, fleece, net, astrakhan, chintz, corduroy, felt, velvet, duffel, taffeta, longcloth, sateen, wool, lame, nylon, mohair, denim, canvas, Orlon, suede, alpaca, chenille, calico, plaid, gabardine, twill, madras, velour, matting, brocade, cashmere
- Olive passed across the room; the black coats gave way, and, as a white rose in a blood- coloured glass, her shoulders rose out of the red tulle. - "Muslin", George Moore.
- The gloom of approaching ruin disappeared, and he saw nothing in the world but a white tulle skirt, a thin foot, a thin bosom, and a pair of bright grey eyes. - "Muslin", George Moore.
- " That must have made his fortune and repaid him for all his hard labor," remarked Mrs. McGregor, as she held up a violet cloud of spangled tulle and examined it critically. - "Carl and the Cotton Gin", Sara Ware Bassett.