ruched
adjective see ruche

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • ruched — [ro͞osht] adj. 1. pleated or gathered into ruches [ruched silk] 2. having ruches [a ruched collar, neckline, or dress] * * * See ruche. * * * …   Universalium

  • ruched — [ ruʃt ] adjective ruched clothes or curtains are made with many small folds pulled close together: a blue silk dress with ruched sleeves …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • ruched — [ro͞osht] adj. 1. pleated or gathered into ruches [ruched silk] 2. having ruches [a ruched collar, neckline, or dress] …   English World dictionary

  • ruched — [ru:ʃt] adj [Date: 1800 1900; : French; Origin: ruche decorative piece of cloth , from Medieval Latin rusca bark of a tree ] a ruched curtain or piece of clothing has parts of it gathered together so that it has folds in it …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ruched — adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑ruche …   Useful english dictionary

  • ruched — adjective /ˈruːʃt/ (of cloth) with tight elastic folds ruched curtains …   Wiktionary

  • ruched — [[t]ru͟ːʃt[/t]] ADJ Ruched curtains or garments are gathered so that they hang in soft folds …   English dictionary

  • ruched — UK [ruːʃt] / US [ruʃt] adjective ruched clothes or curtains are made with many small folds pulled close together …   English dictionary

  • ruched — ruche ► NOUN ▪ a frill or pleat of fabric. DERIVATIVES ruched adjective ruching noun. ORIGIN French, from Latin rusca tree bark …   English terms dictionary

  • ruched — ruːʃt adj. pleated, having gathered elastic folds (of fabric used as trimming) …   English contemporary dictionary

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