Haircloth
Haircloth Hair"cloth` (-kl[o^]th`), n. Stuff or cloth made wholly or in part of hair. [1913 Webster]

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  • Haircloth — is a stiff, unsupple fabric typically made from horsehair and/or from the wooly hair of a camel. Although horsehair generally refers to the hair of a horse s mane or tail, haircloth itself is sometimes called horsehair . Horse or camel hair woven …   Wikipedia

  • haircloth — c.1500, from HAIR (Cf. hair) + CLOTH (Cf. cloth) …   Etymology dictionary

  • haircloth — [her′klôth΄] n. cloth woven from horsehair, camel s hair, etc., used mainly for covering furniture …   English World dictionary

  • haircloth — noun Date: 1500 any of various stiff wiry fabrics especially of horsehair or camel hair used for upholstery or for stiffening in garments …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • haircloth — /hair klawth , kloth /, n. cloth of hair from the manes and tails of horses, woven with a cotton warp, and used for interlinings of clothes, upholstery, etc. Also called cilice. [1490 1500; HAIR + CLOTH] * * * …   Universalium

  • haircloth — noun Cloth made of the mane or tail hairs of a horse …   Wiktionary

  • haircloth — hair|cloth [ˈheəklɔθ US ˈherklo:θ] n [U] a type of rough material made from animal hair …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • haircloth — n. cloth woven from horse hair and cotton (used in upholstery) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • haircloth — noun stiff cloth with a cotton or linen warp and horsehair weft …   English new terms dictionary

  • haircloth — noun (U) rough material made from animal hair, especially from horses or camels …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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